In the last quarter of 2013, the Philippines, a vulnerable, low-lying country, was devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan (locally Yolanda), which killed more than 6,300 people and caused US$2.86 billion of damage to homes, businesses, infrastructure and biodiversity sites and smashing everything in its path with winds gusting to 315 kph.

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