In a new resolution, the organization urges governments to listen to those who are affected the most by natural disasters.
Instead of one damaged wellhead, a mudslide would leave a tangled mess of pipes buried under a giant mass of sediments.
Some states have halted training and may be underprepared for the 2019 fire season.
Popocatépetl, Mexico's largest active volcano, sits next to some major population hubs. With a major eruption forecasted within the next 100 years, will the public be ready?
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke directed federal agencies to smooth the way for installing seismic sensors out west.
If recent federal disaster response is any indication, the president's boast is wildly misleading.
Recent extreme weather events show how the outdated and imperfect information systems used by cities exacerbates the devastation.
Scientists are using satellites to identify where increasing sea levels could result in the most destructive storm surge as hurricanes grow more powerful due to climate change.
The U.S. Virgin Islands sit squarely in Hurricane Alley. Irma will test the storm-weathered islands' limits.