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Hurricane Matthew and Haiti’s Devastating October Hurricanes – Exporing a Potential New Correlation

As of October 2, 2016, Hurricane Matthew is poised to impact the vulnerable and disaster-prone nation of Haiti, targeting the island nation with the most dangerous north-east quadrant of its 140 mile-per-hour Category 4 winds. October hurricanes, when they have … Continue reading

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5 Looming Food Security Disasters

Referenced by the Center for Climate and Security In a guest post for Devex, I offer the hypothesis to the international relief and development communitiy suggesting that emerging food security crises are a proxy for projecting looming humanitarian operations, projects, and … Continue reading

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