The aging Runit Dome, which stores radioactive waste from Cold War-era bomb tests in the Marshall Islands, is threatened by storms and rising sea level.
The housing market is chewing up and spitting out thousands of migrants.
Suddenly it’s possible — indeed, all too easy — to imagine one man starting a nuclear war. What’s a little harder to imagine
I spent this past week with Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner, a remarkable spoken word artist from the Marshall Islands, located in the
As warming seas climb their shores, Marshall Islanders face becoming climate refugees before the international community
Like radiation, the impacts of the Cold War and the nuclear arms race continue to linger.
Selina talks about how real the threat of climate change is for countries like the Marshall Islands. The small nation, which is located southwest of Hawai'i and home to around 50,000 has become well known for its rising sea levels, climate change advocacy and strong female role models.
The procedure is the first of its kind in the U.S.
Long before the Marshall Islands disappear under rising seas, finding freshwater will become the most urgent consequence of climate change.
Bikini Islanders have been trying to go home for more than half a century. But their home might soon be under water.