Extreme climate events wreak havoc on agriculture, and farmers are trying to adjust—but entrenched industry and government practices may be holding them back.
Though the storm has passed, flooding and evacuations continue as rivers swell.
Multiple intense storms are moving across the Atlantic and the Pacific, with millions of people in their paths.
Disasters like this one have been found to disproportionately affect low-income people and people of color.
Hurricane Florence gains strength in the Atlantic Ocean as it moves west, seen from the International Space Station on September 10th, 2018.
Hurricane Beryl, currently a Category 1 storm with top wind speeds of 80 miles per hour, is expected to make landfall by late Sunday night.