Typhoon Khanun triggers landslides in Nantou, Taiwan
In August, Nantou, Taiwan, was hit by numerous landslides triggered by typhoon Khanun. The region, home to indigenous tribes, relies on agriculture and faces increasing climate-related challenges. The typhoon destroyed crops, disrupted traditional ceremonies, and damaged infrastructure. Climate change is intensifying typhoons, leading to increased rainfall and landslides. Efforts to adapt farming strategies are underway, but the government faces a conundrum regarding potential relocations. The community remains resilient despite the challenges.