Hurricane preparedness had to factor in social distancing last year. What do plans for this year look like?
“We were trying to insure something that no one owns,” says Kathy Baughman McLeod, director of the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center.
Slowing climate change and adapting to it requires cross-border cooperation, even though many costs will be local.
And government response often falls short of meeting the needs of those hit by storms.
Houston’s refineries and plants are vulnerable to hurricanes. Will a $32 billion plan save them from flooding?
When hurricanes hit Texas, the whole country feels it. Now, there’s a plan to lessen the blow.
The number of people without jobs in the United States is expected to remain largely unchanged when the Labor Department reports the official unemployment rate Friday. One thing that could affect those numbers: a pair of hurricanes, Florence and Michael, that hit the Eastern Seaboard back to back.
Residents of Puerto Rico are expressing relief that Hurricane Beryl has weakened as it sweeps over the island. But Puerto Rico is still recovering from last year’s hurricanes as more crop up in the Caribbean. One suggestion for how the island should prepare and react to natural disasters? Incorporate the private sector. Click the audio player […]
A guide to when the Federal Emergency Management Agency get involved and the rules governing how its funds are spent.
More than 170,000 people have evacuated Puerto Rico for Florida and their immediate need, affordable housing, is hard to come by.
Travelers, wary of potential terrorism and natural disasters, are increasingly protecting themselves in advance.