Let’s get into the flow with a visual story that shows that, even in the age of increasingly violent climate disasters, Mother Nature still has the power to shock—even in slow motion. “After nearly two weeks, the volcano erupting on a Spanish Island near Morocco is showing no signs of stopping. On Tuesday, lava and smoke continued to spill out onto La Palma in the Canary Islands, destroying homes, infrastructure and livelihoods.” From WaPo: Lava burns through an island in the Atlantic as volcanic eruptions continue. Magma Mia, this is something else.

+ “They will see twice as many wildfires, 1.7 times as many tropical cyclones, 3.4 times more river floods, 2.5 times more crop failures and 2.3 times as many droughts.” Today’s kids will live through three times as many climate disasters as their grandparents.