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| Jane Hahn, Heather Gies

Once lush, El Salvador is dangerously close to running dry

The country’s shrinking water supply is in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services, and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. BY HEATHER GIES PHOTOGRAPHS BY JANE HAHN SAN SALVADOR – As the sun comes up through a thick…

| Gena Steffens

Changing climate forces desperate Guatemalans to migrate

“It only rained three times, and the crops all died. Normally, it rains so much you lose count, but this year it didn’t rain at all,” says Pascuala Súchite, of the village of El Potrerito…

| Tamara Merino, Luján Agusti

Scenes From a Migration Crisis—On Both Sides of the Border

Vanessa (name changed for safety) found refuge and safety at a domestic violence shelter in Laredo, Texas, after her boyfriend threatened her with deportation. “They could deport me without my daughters, because [my daughters] are…

| Hannah Reyes Morales, Denise Hruby

These Mothers Are Building Homes in Refugee Camps

Sharon Kide, a South Sudanese woman, sits with her children inside her home in Pagirinya, a refugee camp in Northern Uganda. South Sudanese mothers, amidst their own trauma, are creating homes for a generation of…

| Nina Strochlic

Meet the Vets Risking Their Lives to Treat Wild Gorillas

A version of this story appears in the December 2017 issue ofNational Geographic magazine. GOMA, Democratic Republic of the Congo-Trackers swing their machetes at the thick jungle, and veterinarians Eddy Kambale and Martin Kabuyaya follow…

| Nina Strochlic

How to Hike One of the World’s Most Dangerous Volcanoes

Few things rattle residents of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. For decades they’ve lived with wars and rebellions spilling out from their jungles-all while keeping a wary eye on the mountain with a halo…

| Nina Strochlic

Massacre Survivors Cling to Life in Giant Swamp

In a swamp where people fleeing war survive on water lilies, the world’s newest country envisions a World Heritage site. BY NINA STROCHLIC PHOTOGRAPHS BY DOMINIC NAHR As night fell, the couple followed what countless generations before…

| Nina Strochlic

Why Pygmies Are Dealing Weed to Survive

NORTH KIVU, Congo – Nana sleeps on a pillow of marijuana. It’s a trick his grandfather taught him to make the buds more potent, he explains while tending his sparse plot at the edge of…

| Katie Orlinsky

Climate Change is Rerouting World-Famous Sled Dog Race

Every year, the sleepy 2,000 person town of Willow, Alaska is inundated with visitors eager to observe-or partake in-“the Last Great Race on Earth.” This year, a worrisome new tradition for the Iditarod Trail Sled…