Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Typhoon-Koppu-Impacts-in-Central-Luzon-27MZIFJ6YCZNC.htmlConceptually similarTyphoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2SCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2OCompleted★★★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2QCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2TCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2UCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2YCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonGP0STPE2NCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts In Northern LuzonGP0STPE2ZCompleted★★★★Typhoon Koppu Impacts In Northern LuzonGP0STPE2XCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPE2HTyphoon Koppu Impacts in Central LuzonFarmers use the road to dry up their rice seeds in Nueva Ecija. They are anxious about the quality of their rice once it is damaged by a typhoon.Typhoon Koppu brought strong winds and days of heavy rain to seven regions on the country's main island Luzon, affecting an estimated damages to local crops and livestock at Php8.6 billion.Locations:Asia-Central Luzon-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:23 Oct, 2015Credit:© Vincent Go / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxKeywords:Agriculture-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Farmers-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Rice-Roads-Typhoons-VictimsShoot:Typhoon Koppu Impacts in The PhilippinesTyphoon Lando (international name Koppu) was another blow to the Philippines which is already feeling the impacts of El Niño.. Yet, the unusual amount of rainfall, compounded by the slow movement of the typhoon, sent thousands of people to evacuation centers and took a toll on farming communities living in 29 affected provinces. The Department of Agriculture has estimated damages to local crops and livestock at Php8.6 billion. From the country’s ‘Rice Bowl’ to the ‘Salad Bowl’, Greenpeace Philippines documented Typhoon Lando’s impacts to farmlands and communities who do hard labor by tilling the soil despite many hardships and setbacks in order to provide food for the nation.