The Caribbean islands' plights have been reminders that despite their small size, overseas territories can be a big responsibility for governments abroad.
The recent series of hurricanes has demonstrated, climate change is no longer a nebulous futuristic menace, but an existential threat.
From household plastic to industrial waste, anthropogenic activity has created compounds that poison ecosystems from water to air.
There’s been a devastating trail of destruction and flooding along the east Atlantic coast in the last few ...
Mother Nature’s wrath can be unpredictable and random, but history shows that humankind is ultimately responsible for many "natural disasters."
There are currently three hurricanes swirling over the Atlantic Ocean, and meteorologists are saying they have never seen anything like.
Does our technology help us deal with disaster? Or does it put us at risk by creating the illusion that we are immune from disaster?