INTERVIEW-"Wait and see" no longer an option for disaster response - IFRC chief
"We see much more money being spent in responding to disasters and very little in preventing them"
Typhoon Nock-ten lashes central Philippines, cuts power
Around 218,000 people fled to evacuation centres after authorities warned of storm surges and flooding in coastal villages and low-lying areas
Typhoon Nock-ten intensifies as it approaches Philippines
Authorities fearing a storm surge have moved thousands of people out of coastal villages to safety
Thousands flee coastal villages as typhoon approaches Philippines
Storm surges and flooding are also expected in low-lying and coastal areas and landslides are feared in mountain slopes
Three years after Typhoon Haiyan, women and men continue living in "danger zones"
In coastal villages worst hit during the superstorm, displaced families - in absence of viable relocation sites - have rebuilt in same spots they occupied before Haiyan
It's time for adaptation cash to focus on girls
Girls are among the most at risk from climate pressures - but helping them can create wide ranging benefits
Last 5 years were hottest on record, more signs heat is man-made -WMO
U.N. weather agency says there is mounting evidence heat waves, floods and rising sea levels are stoked by climate change
Rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan
"While we can’t stop the next disaster from happening, we can help people prepare for it."
Philippines' Duterte relents on Paris climate pact position, agrees to ratify
President previously said he would not support a deal he believed would hurt the country's industrialisation hopes