Every piece of plastic or paper garbage you have ever thrown away still exists, on this planet, in our soil or our oceans. It’s all still out there, and now it is choking our oceans and killing our wildlife. It causes disastrous outcomes as well as higher CO2 emissions, so waste is a key contributor to climate change as well.
Cyclones, hurricanes, or typhoons are among the most widespread natural hazards on the planet. They can last up to ten days. This meteorological phenomenon corresponds to strong tropical storms with winds up to 380 km/h, heavy rain and intense swells. They form when warm, moist air moves over the ocean.