The day before Hurricane Ian hit Cuba, 50,000 people were evacuated and taken to 55 shelters. By Oct. 1, less than five days after landfall, 82% of the residents of Havana had their power restored with work ongoing for the western part of the island.Continue reading
‘Maria! Maria! It Was Maria That Destroyed Us!’: The Human Story of the Hurricane
The superpower neglect is something to behold.Continue reading
Vulnerable U.S. Citizens Are Still Trapped in the Ruins Left by Hurricane Maria—Would We Care More If They Lived Near Us?
Abandoned by their country, residents refuse to accept the idea that they will never recover.Continue reading
How Disaster Capitalism Has Ruined Puerto Rico
And what Cuba can teach the world about going a different route.Continue reading