The latest IPCC report notes the importance of consulting marginalized groups while coping with disasters. That means policies and practices need to be changed.
The city relied on community members and immigrant advocates to translate emergency information. We spoke to residents about their efforts.
Six months after Ida, a co-founder of the Louisiana Just Recovery Network reflects on the group’s effort to repair homes and train workers.
Half of last year’s billion-dollar disasters were in the South. Securing federal aid money can take months, and distributing it to people who need it the most can take much longer.
Our community partners are distributing this brochure to inform more residents about the harmful gases leaking from a landfill in Virginia.
We’re working on a project to assess the most urgent information needs around disaster aid in the U.S. South.
A roundup of useful tips, stories, and resources for Southerners.