Oude-Tonge, Netherlands, 1953.
A burned neighborhood in Paradise, California, on Nov. 15, 2018.
The residents of Dhalchar take cover in the huge cyclone shelter of grey
concrete. It’s erected some ten metres above the ground and built as a
letter V, with the tip pointing towards the sea, head on to an incoming
cyclone. Photo: Yoshi Shimizu
cyclone shelter, Bangladesh, 1997
North Carolina’s industrial hog farms are clustered in a region with the state’s densest population of rural African-American residents. Coal ash ponds are located in low-income rural areas. Compounding the issue, in July, the Trump administration loosened Obama-era requirements for coal-ash disposal.
More than 100 used cars at a storage site caught fire after the area was
submerged due to high tide triggered by Typhoon Jebi in Nishinomiya