Climate change is driving global inequality.


A woman collects water from a natural spring created by the landslides in a mountain next to a road in Corozal, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017. Before the hurricane, most households in Puerto Rico enjoyed indoor plumbing and reliable running water. When the electricity and the water failed, the roughly 3.3 million people on the island struggled to find a consistent supply of water—in some areas, for months after the storm.
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