Typhoons

Batanes ready for Typhoon ‘Kiko’ – Manila Bulletin

news / Luzon / LOOK: Batanes ready for Typhoon ‘Kiko’ LOOK: Batanes ready for Typhoon ‘Kiko’ Parts of the Batanes police have begun helping the province’s residents in anticipation of a possible storm as Typhoon “Kiko” approaches their area on Friday 10 September. Batanes was regularly hit by mild to …

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Pangasinan on alert for Typhoon Jolina – Manila Bulletin

news / Luzon / Pangasinan on alert for Typhoon Jolina Pangasinan on alert for Typhoon Jolina MALASIQUI, Pangasinan – Pangasinan is now under blue alert as the entire province has been placed under tropical cyclone wind signal # 1 due to Typhoon Jolina. In an interview, Shallom Balolong, the manager …

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Communal kitchens serve hot meals, showing government negligence

Female residents of an urban poor community in Payatas, Quezon City, prepare vegetables for their communal kitchen. (Photo by Geela Garcia / Bulatlat) Read more stories from this series: Communal kitchens feed the hungry during lockdownDespite attacks, Filipino women strive to help the poor BY MARYA SALAMATBulatlat.com MANILA – Since …

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Yonhap News Summary | Yonhap News Agency

The following is the second round-up of the main stories released by the Yonhap News Agency on Tuesday. —————–(2nd LD) Typhoon Omais leaves flooded houses, damaged roads and railways in South Korea SEOUL – Typhoon Omais weakened to an extra-tropical cyclone Tuesday morning after hitting land around midnight Monday, flooding …

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IPI, IPI Holdings Delivered with USDOJ Complaint | news

The federal court has ruled Imperial Pacific International LLC and its parent company, IPI Holdings Ltd. 7th IPI and IPI Holdings were served from their Saipan offices. “If you do not respond, you will be subject to a default judgment on legal protection requested in the complaint,” said District Court …

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Kingdom announces typhoon delay in August

kingdom may not have reached the same popularity in the west as it does in the east, with the anime series retelling the story of China through some fantastic events via Studio Pierrot and Studio Signpost, but it seems like the next episode of The Fantastic Series is going to …

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Eurofighter Typhoon receives £ 135m upgrade

BAE Systems has won a new £ 135 million contract to advance the next phase of Typhoon Jets‘ performance enhancement. The contract is part of the ongoing efforts of the Eurofighter consortium and the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy and Germany to further develop the technology-enabled capabilities of the Typhoon fighter. …

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How does climate change affect floods?

Forbes reports that the floods caused by Hurricanes Elsa and Harvey, as well as the rain floods in Florida and Georgia and the flash floods in New York, New Jersey and Houston, are all due to climate change. Superstorm Sandy caused massive flooding along the entire east coast of the …

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Typhoon In-fa squeezes LNG supply in China – The Offtake

A round-up of news and comments from NGI’s LNG Insight Typhoon In-fa roamed Japan’s southern islands on Friday before it landed in Zhejiang, China on Sunday or Monday. Bloomberg reported that the gas distributor ENN Group Co. Ltd. had to suspend LNG truck deliveries from its terminal in Zhoushan on …

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James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr.

James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr.

James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr., 95 of Quinton, died on July 17, 2021. He was born on January 16, 1926 in Alliance. In death he was preceded by his parents Emma and George Fox; Brothers, JR (TX) and Pat (PA); and daughter Toni. He leaves behind his 69-year-old wife, Jane …

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“Taal outbreak, floods could affect the response to Covid”

THE Taal volcano eruption and the start of the typhoon season could impact the country’s Covid-19 response efforts, according to the Department of Health (DoH). When natural disasters occur, people seek refuge at evacuation sites, which increases the risk of infection, Health Secretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said Monday during a …

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Typhoon Yolanda residential units will be sought in 2022 by revenue

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles – Noy Morcoso / INQUIRER.net File The government will build the last 31,000 free housing units and hand them over to the victims of super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) before President Duterte’s term expires, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles told local executives in Tacloban City on …

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India’s most innovative, very first, proprietary AI technologies and digitally assisted on-site modular solar cold room

Like other developing countries, Filipino agriculture is suffering from high post-harvest losses. With high-quality crops alone, losses can easily reach 20 to 40%. First, our hard-working smallholder farmers, especially in rural and remote islands, are unable to preserve their produce due to a lack of refrigerated warehouses, forcing them to …

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APEC is working to strengthen disaster risk management

A screenshot of a virtual meeting of the APEC Emergency Preparedness Working Group. (Antara / HO-APEC Secretariat) JAKARTA – High-ranking disaster management officials from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member countries are stepping up regional cooperation to enable more resilient disaster risk management in the face of the current pandemic, climate …

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Spitfires fly beer support operations to France

Wars are waged by young men and young men (some of whom) like beer – a point that has not escaped the Chichester, England Henty and Constable Brewing Company. Immediately after the Normandy invasion on June 6, 1944, Henty and Constable offered free beer to the troops in France. It …

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Trees not Tees heads the USA

UK-based sustainable racing startup Trees not Tees is proud to announce its first American racing partnership with the Negative Split Productions Typhoon Texas Kids Triathlon. Trees not Tees helps events reduce their environmental footprint with a simple strategy – giving participants the option to decline a free race tee and …

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Third bridge now 75% complete – CCLEC

The CCLEX bridge is nearing completion. CEBU CITY, Philippines – The long-awaited Cebu Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) is nearing completion as it was 75 percent built on June 17, 2021. In a factory tour organized by the Cebu City Link Expressway Corporation (CCLEC) and the Metro Pacific Tollway Corporation (MPTC), …

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The cocoa project combats food insecurity in the Philippines

Agriculture is an important sector in many developing countries. Improvements in agriculture can increase food security in developing countries, which in turn helps people living in poverty. According to the World Bank, the transformation of the agricultural sector in the Philippines is essential for combating poverty. Programs like the Cacao …

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