The 2010 earthquake in Haiti sparked an international aid response - with pledges and donations of $16 billion - that was exceedingly generous. But now, five years later, that aid has clearly failed. In Humanitarian Aftershocks in Haiti, Mark Schuller captures the voices of those involved in the earthquake aid response, and paints a sharp, unflattering view of the humanitarian enterprise.
Takes us inside the debates over widespread honeybee deaths, introducing the various groups with a stake in solving the mystery of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Drawing from extensive interviews and first-hand observations, Sainath Suryanarayanan and Daniel Lee Kleinman examine how members of each group have acquired, disseminated, and evaluated knowledge about CCD.