Twelve years ago Hurricane Katrina ravaged the U.S. Gulf Coast. This Category 5 storm left 1,833 dead and caused mass destruction. Two years ago residents were still rebuilding from the devastation. Hurricane Katrina’s impact represents just one more natural disaster made more extreme by...
Author - Kylie Skorupa
Kylie Skorupa is a Master’s student at GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs.
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