As part of the Fall 2014 Haiti Dialogue Series organized by the Earth Institute’s Haiti Research and Policy Program, Roger-Mark de Souza joined a group of faculty, researchers, students and policymakers to discuss the latest research linking climate change, natural hazards, development and fragility in Haiti. Haiti has one of the world’s highest exposures to natural hazards along with one of the lowest income growth rates, which has subjected the country to chronic severe stress and trapped it in a downward spiral of economic, environmental and political conditions. Read more on The Earth Institute's State of the Planet blog.