A year after the world’s costliest hurricane hit the Texas Gulf Coast, much remains to be done. That’s the conclusion of a new Hurricane Harvey report from Charity Navigator, a charity watchdog and rating organization. Larry Lieberman, Chief Operating Officer for Charity Navigator joined the Monday Buzz host Brian Standing on August 20, 2018.
So far, this year’s Atlantic Hurricane season has produced several storms of Category 3 and higher that have devastated the Gulf Coast and Caribbean. PNM’s Kai Brito speaks to a healthcare provider, Dr. Ruth Berggren, and a public health expert, Neil Grigg, to discuss the health issues these storms leave in their wake.
As Hurricane Irma churns up the Western Florida coast, residents of the Texas Gulf coast are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Harvey. In the wake of two record-breaking storms hitting the United States in rapid succession, pleas for charitable donations for emergency relief and rebuilding are popping up everywhere. Before you dig deep […]
Attract business with no regard for environmental consequences? No, not Foxconn, but Houston, Texas. Jan Miyasaki talks with professor of history, University of Houston, Robert Buzzanco about that city’s “cowboy capitalization” where attracting business with the promise of little or no regulation may have contributed to that city’s hurricane damage.