The Ecology of a Cracker Childhood author talks the pandemic, climate change, and why we need to fall in love with our places.
Protecting people who evacuated during Hurricane Laura from COVID-19 has added a new layer of responsibility for agencies, cities, and organizations.
Fifteen years after the storm, the former leader of the Department of Defense’s response talks about his environmental advocacy work, disaster preparation, and the pandemic.
Emails obtained by Facing South reveal that as workers and community advocates begged for the closure of poultry plants, government and company officials worked closely to present a united front — and keep them open.
Hundreds of workers fell ill after cleaning up the nation’s largest industrial disaster without proper protective gear. At least 51 have died. Twelve years later, they’re still waiting for financial or medical help.
Documentary filmmaker Marta Rodriguez Maleck spent time with the City Waste Union over the last several weeks, documenting their picket line.
Disaster aid budgets are being stretched thin, leaving many people needing to elevate or sell their homes in limbo.