The climate crisis is intensifying. Two category 4 hurricanes, Eta and Iota, made landfall in Central America on November 2nd and 17th, 2020, affecting over 7.2 million people, and leaving an estimated total economic loss of $7 billion. Black and indigenous communities in Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatemala have been among the hardest hit. The heavy rainfall, landslides, and high winds left many communities without access to roads, destroyed homes, and limited capabilities to communicate with several signal towers torn down. These natural disasters worsened the existing situations in Central American countries, due to the economic recession, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the democratic instability and authoritarianism that has affected Central America for years.