Guard towers look over the prison courtyard at Marion Correctional Institution on April 27, 2020. - A massive wave of coronavirus infections is blasting through the world's largest prison population in the United States even as officials begin opening up their economies, saying the disease has plateaued. One prison in Marion, Ohio has become the most intensely infected institution across the country, with more than 80 percent of its nearly 2,500 inmates, and 175 staff on top of that, testing positive for COVID-19. (Photo by MEGAN JELINGER / AFP) (Photo by MEGAN JELINGER/AFP via Getty Images)

Climate and Punishment

The Intercept mapped climate risks for 6,500 detention facilities. In some already miserable places, the suffering is set to intensify.

Editor-in-Chief: Betsy Reed. Author: Alleen Brown. Data Compilation and Analysis: Alleen Brown, Akil Harris. Project Editors: Ali Gharib, Roger Hodge. Creative Direction: Philipp Hubert. Art Direction and Product Design: Fei Liu, Soohee Cho. Deputy Managing Editor: Rashmee Kumar. Copy Edit: Sunny Sone. Product Development: Fei Liu. Software Engineering: Stephanie Harris, Carl Licata, Raby Yuson. Video Production: Lauren Feeney, Stuart Harmon, Travis Mannon. Map Production: Akil Harris, Fei Liu. Research: W. Paul Smith, Truc Nguyen, Holly DeMuth