Taxpayers and already struggling communities are largely bearing the brunt of the costs for climate change-fueled disasters created by big oil and big business.
Hurricanes, fires, floods and a sudden decline in oil demand could all have serious consequences.
Climate change and a potentially vulnerable insurance market could combine in a disaster that starts in South Florida but hits the entire globe.
After wildfires bankrupted a major utility, there's concerns that more severe natural disasters will lead to economic devastation.
“Everybody said I was crazy, I was out of my mind, how are you going to cook it? How are you going to put it all together?”
“My son is still traumatised. He asked me, 'Can I sleep with my eyes open? I’m afraid there will be another earthquake.'"
We went into the hardest hit part of the island and found search and rescue teams working tirelessly by hand to save people trapped beneath the ruins.
Advocates are demanding investigations, accountability and relief money, but little seems to be forthcoming.
Residents are being airlifted from their homes as the eruption grows even more catastrophic.
Nobody knows when "The Big One" is going to hit California, but here's how experts think it will play out when it does.
The owner of one winery destroyed by the fires shared a video of the strange phenomenon with MUNCHIES.