I have been a fan of the Hazards Observer (H.O.), the bi-monthly publication of the Hazards Center at the University of CO/Boulder, for many years. And I am proud to note the previous issue (Nov./Dec. 2012) included my invited comment on “What Keeps Me Up at Night.”
The current issue (Jan. 2013) has an unusually fine collection of articles and comments regarding mitigation, recovery, and Hurricane Sandy. I highly recommend it. In particular the articles by Gavin Smith and Joe Scanlon are well worth reading.
The H.O. is available at no cost for the electronic version, and for a modest cost if you want the hardcopy version. Details are in the issues noted above.