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· September, 2014

Stories about Disaster from September, 2014

Peruvian Amazon Faces Cold Temperatures: Consequences of Climate Change

  30 September 2014

Peruvian journalist and writer Paco Bardales, comments with other colleagues the waves of cold weather, or friajes, that recently affected usually hot Iquitos. These weather phenomena have gone from sporadic, as the group remembers from their childhood, to more frequent and longer lasting, so much that the state agency Meteorology...

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Non-Japanese Who Stayed in Sendai After 3.11 Earthquake Walk for Recovery

  26 September 2014

Despite being uncertain of what the future might bring, dozens of non-Japanese people decided to remain in their adopted home of Sendai, a coastal city located in the north of Japan hit by massive tsunami triggered by the earthquake of March 11, 2011. Sharing the footsteps to recovery, those standing together...

Massive Participation in Earthquake Drill in Mexico

  19 September 2014

On September 19, 1985, the center, South and West regions of Mexico, in particular the Federal District, were struck by a powerful earthquake, considered the most lethal in Mexican written history. Conmemorating the event 29 year later, the Secretary for Civil Protection of Federal District organized an earthquake drill, for...

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