A guide for East Kentuckians on how to access aid after the floods.
We spoke to Angela Clendenin, a public health expert at Texas A&M University, about the importance of emergency management and public health officials working together.
This is the first Q&A in a series about hurricane preparation and response during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many Americans turn to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for help in the long road to recovery after a disaster. The agency is tasked with providing individuals with financial assistance for a variety of situations, from home repairs to medical expenses. You can only apply for aid if the natural disaster you were impacted […]
Southerly talks to Janae Elkins in Jackson, Miss. about how to best prepare for hurricane season.
A series of interviews with disaster preparedness and recovery advocates about the work they’re doing—and the work that’s still left—in low-wealth communities, rural regions, and BIPOC communities most at risk of climate change and extreme weather.
A guide to help you navigate preparedness, response, and recovery
The latest IPCC report notes the importance of consulting marginalized groups while coping with disasters. That means policies and practices need to be changed.