Category: Revisit

When the Apocalypse is Now: Climate Crisis, Small Island Disasters and Migration in the Aftermath of Hurricane Dorian

How to survive a disaster or what insurance companies call a ‘force majeure’. As we’re finding out with the Corona virus pandemic Caribbean countries, like most countries, are ill-prepared. As Angelique Nixon says “The Bahamas is not prepared. Neither are any of our island-nations and countries in this vulnerable region. And neither are most countries really prepared for this kind of disaster— a disaster fueled by climate change, injustice and inequality.”

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Monologue of a Garbage Heap in Havana

Sometimes, I grow so much that I become a giant. I feed off paper, cardboard, fruit and vegetable peelings, scraps of food, bottles, cans, glass, fabrics, tree branches, tables, chairs, windows, tools, rubble; car parts, computer parts, kitchen appliances, fridges, phones, TVs; anything you can possibly imagine.

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