Following the devastation of Pacific islands nation Vanuatu by Category 5 Cyclone Pam, John Englart (aka @Takvera) looks at links with climate change:
Vanuatu has suffered its worst disaster on record with the impact of Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam, with the President of Vanuatu blaming climate change for extreme weather (Guardian 16Mar2015).
…Cyclone Pam and the devastation of Vanuatu and other Pacific nations is one more step on the road to a climate agreement in Paris in December 2015.
John also speculates about Australia's contribution to foreign aid and its role at the UN Climate Change Conference COP21 in Paris later this year.
His post also has links to organisations where you can give donations for emergency relief for Vanuatu.
These three articles also highlight the climate change factors involved in Cyclone Pam:
Roz Pidcock, 16 March 2015, Carbon Brief – Cyclone Pam: Untangling the complex science on tropical storms and climate change
Karl Mathiesen, 17 March 2015 The Guardian – Climate change aggravating cyclone damage, scientists say
Andrew Freedman, 17 March 2015 Mashable – Vanuatu’s president makes a leap in tying Cyclone Pam to climate change