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Hurricane aftermath in Mexico   - 18 Hours ago
Scenes of the aftermath of Hurricane Odile in Mexico's luxury resort town of Los Cabos. A local Walmart was not only battered by the storm -- but has been just about stripped bare by looters.
  
    



Philippine Storm Kills Two in Manila as Thousands Flee   - 3 Hours ago
At least two people died and thousands fled their homes in the Philippines as Storm Fung-Wong caused the worst flooding in Manila in at least two years, paralyzing a fourth of the capital yesterday.
  
    




Stormy election in store   - 3 Hours ago
Election day could bring stormy weather. Photo / File North Island voters can expect to be lashed by rain and wind but there will be finer weather further south, the MetService says. Meteorologist
  
    



19 Arrested for looting in Mexico in wake of hurricane   - 3 Hours ago
Authorities have restored order in the Baja California resort area of Los Cabos, arresting 19 people for looting in the wake of Hurricane Odile, Mexican Government Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong
  
    



PepsiCo Joins Calls for Action on Climate Change; Announces Goal to Phase Out HFC   - 8 Hours ago
-- PepsiCo signs two major calls to action on climate change: the Climate Declaration and the Trillion Tonne Communique. -- PepsiCo announces goal to phase out equipment with hydroflourocarbons (HFCs)
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Taiwan issues sea warning as tropical storm nears   - 7 Hours ago
TAIPEI, Sept. 19 -- Taiwan's meteorology authority on Friday issued a sea warning as Tropical Storm Fung-Wong approaches the island. Taiwan's weather bureau forecast that the storm center is likely
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Typhoon Mario caused flooding in Quezon City   - 7 Hours ago
I woke up at around 8 am and when I got out from our garage, water is penetrating thru our gate. I opened our gate and seen the flooding due to nonstop rains brought by Typhoon Mario (international name:
  
    



Rice, Corn Harvests in India Seen Declining on Weak Monsoon Rain   - 7 Hours ago
India’s monsoon-sown food grain production is poised to drop to the lowest in five years after a weak start to the rainy season curbed planting and cut yields, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said.
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China Focus: China approves plan to combat climate change   - 7 Hours ago
BEIJING, Sept. 19  -- The Chinese central government on Friday approved a plan that maps out major climate change goals to be met by 2020. The State Council, China's cabinet, gave a green light to
  
    


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UPDATE 1-Heavy rain floods Philippine capital; markets, schools shut   - 14 Hours ago
(Adds storm makes landfall in north, flights cancellations, colour) (Reuters) - Heavy rain in the Philippine capital, Manila, caused flooding in many areas on Friday, shutting schools, government offices
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VP Binay criticized for giving away shirts with his name to typhoon victims   - 17 Hours ago
Like and/or Share This Article: [embedded content] Vice President Jejomar Binay is again caught in the middle of another controversy. The Vice President is being criticized for giving away
  
    



Hurricane Odile, a Category 3 storm, threatens Baja California   - 18 Hours ago
(CNN) -- Hurricane Odile churned toward Mexico's Baja California peninsula on Sunday, threatening to slam the popular tourist destination with powerful winds and heavy rains. Forecasters warned that
  
    


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Philippines Shuts Capital as Storm Causes Flood, Cancels Flights   - 18 Hours ago
The Philippines shut government offices, financial markets and schools in the capital and nearby areas as a storm caused heavy rains and flooding. The storm, locally known as Mario, was estimated at
  
    



Floods from former Hurricane Odile swamp Texas   - 18 Hours ago
HOUSTON — Cities across Texas and the Southwest are experiencing that is creating flash-flooding problems. Weather may be to blame for a five-vehicle crash here that sent some cars early Thursday into
  
    



Executive Editor: Can Baton Rouge have a civil conversation about racism?   - 3 Hours ago
In response to a recent Business Report cover story on Tigerland , the iconic neighborhood of apartments that was once the place to be for LSU students, executive editor David Dodson received an email
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Three dead in Philippine monsoon floods   - 7 Hours ago
Three people have died after heavy rains from a storm and the seasonal monsoon caused widespread flooding in the Philippine capital Manila and nearby provinces. Authorities said more than 470,000 residents
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Foodgrain production to fall 7% due to poor monsoon   - 3 Hours ago
NEW DELHI: India's foodgrain production is projected to drop by 7 per cent to about 120 million tonnes in this year due to poor monsoon rains. Foodgrain production stood at 129.24 million tonnes in
  
    



One dead as tropical storm flooding paralyses Philippine capital   - 7 Hours ago
MANILA, Sept 19, 2014 (AFP) - Tens of thousands of people fled roof-high floods and one girl drowned in the Philippine capital on Friday as another vicious storm swept across the disaster-plagued country.
  
    



People's Climate Change Walk takes to Thunder Bay streets   - 77 Minutes ago
Superior Morning People's Climate Change March 0:00 / 6:30 People's Climate Change March 6:30 The People's Climate Change Walk takes place in Thunder Bay on Sunday Sept. 21 — one of hundreds
  
    



Higher water levels in Sudbury area raises flooding concerns   - 3 Hours ago
Some lakes and rivers in the Sudbury area are higher than normal for this time of year. And if  the wet weather holds, the local conservation authority says homeowners could see even higher levels in
  
    



Flights cancelled as heavy rains flood Manila   - 14 Hours ago
Heavy rain in the Philippine capital, Manila, caused flooding in many areas on Friday, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets as a tropical storm made landfall to the north. Thousands
  
    



Tropical storm hits Philippines   - 7 Hours ago
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Russian Scientist: World Facing ‘Mini-Ice Age’ Rather Than Global Warming   - 7 Hours ago
ST. PETERSBURG, September 19 (RIA Novosti) - The world will soon witness a "mini-ice age" rather than global warming, as solar output has been declining in recent years, a Russian scientist told RIA Novosti
  
    



Organizers want The People's Climate March to be a turning point for climate change   - 7 Hours ago
8:57 AM ET The Current 00:00 / 25:00 Organizers want The People's Climate March to be a turning point for climate change activism - Sept 19, 2014 25:00 350.org founder, Bill McKibben
  
    



Floods turn Manila into 'waterworld'   - 7 Hours ago
Thousands were evacuated early on Friday from severely inundated communities MANILA, Philippines: Heavy rains from a storm and the seasonal monsoon caused widespread flooding on Friday in the Philippine
  
    
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