A new high-performance life for plastic waste: Lavergne and Clariant develop halogen-free flame-retardant compounds for electronics based on recycled ocean-bound plastics (OBP).
This is the area where people relocated from Port au Prince will set up the new tent city. It's a pretty barren place, in the middle of nowhere, so it's…
Students are practicing the first aid techniques they have been taught.
Haitian people show interest in learning post-earthquake care techniques.
Two international volunteers demonstrate how to stabilize an injured person's head and neck.
Workers pass stones from hand to hand along a line and build rock walls and plant vegetation as a way to save arable land and prevent flooding in lower areas.
Dark clouds loom over a camp for people displaced by the January 2010 earthquake, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Residents of the internally displaced persons camp at the collapsed Bellevue Country Club perform a dance exercise in order to overcome the emotional stress caused by the 12 January earthquake.
A displaced Haitian man builds a makeshift shelter at Port-au-Prince's golf course where many like him have set up temporary homes.
A U.S. doctor treats a boy at a camp on Port-au-Prince's golf course, where many displaced Haitians have set up temporary shelters.
Manager of Hyundai Heavy Industries (contractor at E-power) Kevin Jung J. H., working at E-Power plant in Port-au-Prince.
A worker at a factory run by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Port au Prince, Haiti.