At-Risk Residents Worry Over Climate Safety
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At-Risk Residents Worry Over Climate Safety

Do New Yorkers believe, two years after Superstorm Sandy decimated the area’s coastline, that they’re safer from future storms and devastating floods? The answer – according to 70 residents from around the city who spoke with our reporters and filled out our online survey – seems to be a resounding “no.” Read the full article … Continue reading

Two Years After Sandy, Is New York More Climate Safe?
Health & Environment / Local News

Two Years After Sandy, Is New York More Climate Safe?

High-Risk Neighborhoods of Red Hook, Lower East Side Are Focus of Live Coverage, Climate Crowdsourcing By David Gershgorn, Eric Levitz, Derek Scancarelli and Marguerite Ward Gotham Gazette, Sep 30, 2014 #AreYouClimateSafe  Streets and buildings flooded, power out, trains down, lives disrupted and taken. No, we’re not talking about the effects of Superstorm Sandy two years … Continue reading