The typhoon of Philippines drew attention of United Nations towards the disastrous impact of climate change. Currently, the representatives of 190 nations are divided in to two groups for the climate discussions of the United Nations.
The typhoon named “Hagupit” compelled nearly one million people to leave their homes. Thus far, it has killed three people. The entire nation is scared from the fall over of trees and power lines all over the country. Last year, a similar kind of typhoon has killed a large number of people in Philippines.
This sort of massive typhoon demonstrates the hazards of additional global warming. The typhoon emerged at the crucial time of U.N conference aimed to cut down the carbon emission.
Shubert Ciencia, a member of Oxfam’s team stated that the damages and affect of Hagupit intensely echoed in the halls of the Lima conference. No one likes to hear threats of huge destruction in his country every year.
Green campaigners of the Philippines believe that this storm must motivate UN representatives to design stronger plans for the decrease of greenhouse effect.
Votltaire Alferez, a member of Christian aid said that people of Philippines can not disagree with the affect of climate change since they are facing them almost every year.
Earlier, a scientific research reveals suggested that climate change will give birth to powerful hurricanes and tropical storms. These storms could be extremely harmful for coastal systems and communities.