BP's guilty plea marks a step forward for families affected by the 2010 oil spill. But there's a long way to go to repair the damage done.
Some of these people have lost their homes, some have lost family, and most are out of work because of the effects of the spill and the hurricane. And yet the message they want to send to the world is one of strength and resilience.
Make sure the most vulnerable people are not forgotten in the aftermath of the BP oil spill. Watch and share our new video to help spread the word.
Drought across the Sahel has triggered the crisis, robbing farmers of healthy harvests and shrinking the pasture on which herders depend to feed their livestock. Chad, Mali, and Niger are the worst hit.
Language and cultural barriers are posing a challenge. But grassroots organizations hold the key to helping fishermen and other vulnerable people make it through this disaster.
Information, assurances, a voice, and options will be essential for people on the Gulf Coast as they confront the disasterous British Petroleum oil spill.
A lifelong resident of Louisiana and a survivor of Hurricane Katrina confronts what the massive British Petroleum oil spill means for the state she has always called home.
Over four years after Hurricane Katrina, Hanshaw still cries when she talks about losing her neighborhood, about how hopeless she and her friends and family have sometimes felt.
Yes, climate change is happening all over the world, but it’s also happening right here at home. This report gives us the tools to pinpoint which communities in the Southeast are most vulnerable to disasters—and it’s not always where you might think.