Typhoons

COP26 results and our common response

As I come from the environment and development sector, I have always followed the results of the annual conference of the parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. The UNFCCC, established in 1994, was founded to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions and protect the planet from their extreme climate …

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Climate activism with Hope – Interview with Rodne Galicha

Rodne Galicha – picture Ellen Teague Rodne Galicha studied for the priesthood in his native Philippines for six years, but his calling as a lay Catholic has brought him to protect God’s creation. I was so excited to meet this inspiring Filipino environmental and human rights activist. I first heard …

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G&W supports the stability of the PH power grid

G&W Electric, a global supplier of electrical power systems since 1905, launched its Teros Recloser in the Philippines. G&W Electric executives The new Teros Recloser can work with a variety of configurations in any application and is designed to improve system reliability and network stability. The new recloser offers overcurrent …

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Love Añover takes “Pasasalamat” trip to Palo Cathedral

It has been six years since Typhoon Yolanda devastated many parts of the country, particularly the province of Leyte. The onslaught of the mighty typhoon brings back pain and heartbreak, but GMA News’s Love Añover is making their trips to the city of Palo a pilgrimage of gratitude. It is …

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Best Market Segment Report: AM Best maintains stable outlook for Taiwan’s non-life insurance market

HONG KONG–(BUSINESS WIRE) –Preferably is Maintaining a stable market segment outlook for Taiwan’s non-life segment, relying on its robust underwriting and investment performance in 2020 and healthy risk-adjusted capitalization of insurance companies. the Best, titled “Market Segment Outlook: Taiwan Non-Life Insurance,” notes that Taiwan has largely managed to keep the …

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Bamboo has been used in Asia for thousands of years. Now it could help to solve the sustainability problem of building.

Written by Story by Rebecca Cairns; Video by Gisella Deputato, CNN In search of new ways to build sustainable homes, Earl Forlales decided not to look to the future, but to look to the past. His grandparents lived like generations of Filipinos in a “Bahay Kubo” – a traditional, box-shaped, …

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Edinburgh residents catch two RAF typhoons flying over their home

An Edinburgh couple captured the moment when two Royal Air Force (RAF) typhoons sped over their home in the west of the capital. The RAF Typhoon Jets are said to have departed from Lossiemouth in Fife and flown over Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium to mark the start of the Scotland versus …

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Task Force Yolanda Distributes Free Housing to 3,000 Family Members – UNTV News

Manila, Philippines – Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles has announced that Task Force Yolanda, in coordination with the National Housing Authority and local government officials, has distributed titled houses and land to family members who fell victim to the onslaught of Typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas. CabSec Nograles said it started …

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Avoid climate catastrophe | Philstar.com

BREAKTHROUGH – Elfren S. Cruz – The Filipino Star November 18, 2021 | 12:00 noon The COP26 has just ended. This is the United Nations annual climate summit, attended by delegates from nearly 200 countries. During the plenary session, each country was allowed to say a few words. Some delegations …

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Houston-based Typhoon Texas Administrative Group is expanding into a “new entity” with two new parks

The company is expanding its portfolio after investing in a new Nevada-based partnership to own Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas and Cowabunga Bay water parks. (Courtesy Typhoon Texas) Houston-based Pyek Group, which manages Typhoon Texas, is expanding its brand and territory, according to a Nov. 12, Pyek Group news release. …

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