Philippines. In December 2012, the island of Mindanao was hit by the fury of Typhoon Pablo which left behind more than thousand corpses and nearly 400,000 homeless. High winds and heavy rain blew away roofs, roads and bridges have been destroyed, hundreds of bodies buried under layers or what remains of villages. Nadarev SaÃ±o, Commissioner of Philippines Climate Change who was the leader negotiator for the Philippines at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha a few days earlier Pablo broke through, said that such devastating Typhoon along with Hurricane Sandy, are evidence of a dramatic climate change, adding that: âall of the things that we are seeing around the world, these are manifestations of unsustainability of practices, of short-sighted practices. And we must be able to arrive at a world order that addresses all of these thingsâ.