Jon Gosch

Novelist, Journalist and Freelance Editor

Posts Tagged: Yolanda

Maria Marasigan – Community Organizer and Earthship Activist

April 2014

Maria Marasigan, 35, New York, USA Maria Marasigan | Photo by Federica Miglio So why are you here? In all the years that these typhoons have been happening in the Philippines, there still isn’t a system, or some kind of preparedness, or a change in how rebuilds happen and what relief is like here. The… Read more »

Michael Reynolds – Creator of Earthship Biotecture

March 2014

Michael Reynolds: Earthship Biotecture is sort of like a virus. It starts growing a little bit in some place. It may be squelched due to codes and regulations but it comes right back. It’s kind of happening everywhere. We’re all over the world all the time now. I’m going from here to Alberta and then… Read more »

The Philippines by Windship: Intro to Interview Series

March 2014

On November 8th, 2013, the people of the Philippines were struck by the most powerful tropical cyclone to ever hit land. Typhoon Haiyan, or Yolanda as the locals call it, ripped through the Eastern Visayas Islands, destroying or damaging nearly every standing structure in some areas as the wind pulled a typical house apart piece… Read more »