Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines and that's raised a challenging question this week at a little-noticed conference on climate change being held in Warsaw: should industrialized nations compensate more vulnerable countries in a world of rising oceans and super storms? The cause of global warming remains controversial, and there's no science that connects a specific storm to climate change. But there's no doubt that icecaps are melting while oceans rise — and that super-storms are more common than they've been before.
Climate Talks in Warsaw as Philippines Gets Relief from Typhoon
Alister Doyle - Reuters - @AlisterDoyle, Gerry Arances - Philippine Movement for Climate Justice - @PMCJ_ph, Elliot Diringer - Center for Climate and Energy Solutions - @C2ES_org, Jorn Birkmann - United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security - @UNUniversity