#Natural Disasters

  • Article: COVID-19 Puts Added Strain on Urgent Cyclone Relief Efforts in Bangladesh and India

    COVID-19 Puts Added Strain on Urgent Cyclone Relief Efforts in Bangladesh and India

    By Brandon Wiggins|May 21, 2020

    The devastating Cyclone Amphan killed more than 80 people. Read more

  • Article: How Can Climate Change Impact Global Health?

    How Can Climate Change Impact Global Health?

    By Catherine Caruso|April 15, 2020

    From extreme weather to air pollution, environmental damage can be disastrous for human health too. Read more

  • Article: The Bahamas Is Still Coping With Destruction Caused by Hurricane Dorian

    The Bahamas Is Still Coping With Destruction Caused by Hurricane Dorian

    By Brandon Wiggins|Feb. 11, 2020

    Hurricane Dorian affected more than 70,000 people in the region. Read more

  • Article: Climate Change Cost the World $150B in 2019. Natural Disasters Are Only Getting More Expensive.

    Climate Change Cost the World $150B in 2019. Natural Disasters Are Only Getting More Expensive.

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Catherine Caruso|Jan. 8, 2020

    Natural disasters are getting more expensive as climate change persists. Read more

  • Article: At Least 66 Dead Due to Monsoons and Flooding in Jakarta

    At Least 66 Dead Due to Monsoons and Flooding in Jakarta

    By Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 6, 2020

    Jakarta is a staggering example of the risks facing coastal cities as sea levels rise. Read more

  • Article: Russell Crowe Calls for Climate Action at the Golden Globes

    Russell Crowe Calls for Climate Action at the Golden Globes

    By Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 6, 2020

    Crowe said the bushfires in Australia were “climate change-based." Read more

  • Article: The UK Is Helping Hundreds of Thousands of Zimbabweans on the Brink of Starvation

    The UK Is Helping Hundreds of Thousands of Zimbabweans on the Brink of Starvation

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 12, 2019

    Without support, more than 5.5 million people in Zimbabwe won’t have access to enough food by 2020. Read more