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Claire B. Rubin has 38 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Category Archives: Hurricane Sandy
Ongoing problems and delays in relief and assistance post-Sandy: From CBS News. Another article in the NY Post had another take. [At the moment the link escaped me.]
See this blog posting, by my friend Eric Holdeman, on the new report: Bolstering Critical Infrastructure Resilience.
For those who are interested in the ongoing recovery from H. Sandy, here are three new reports worth reviewing. Once again the Diva would like readers to dig into the two reports mentioned here and do an analysis or review, … Continue reading
Better Prepared? What Meteorologists Learned from Hurricane Sandy National Weather Service makes number of changes, but challenges remain in improving forecasts and communication with public
Finally, some good news coming from NYC re housing reconstruction and assistance. See: City beats de Blasio’s Hurricane Sandy reconstruction goals, starts rebuilding 1,002 homes. In addition to beating the mayor’s construction goal by two, the city has send out … Continue reading
For those of you who share my abiding interest in recovery, and a special interest in the many new initiates from the feds post Sandy, I highly recommend this new report from the Congressional Research Service. See: The Hurricane Sandy … Continue reading
With no fanfare HUD released its second progress report, as required by the Executive Order that created the H. Sandy Recovery Task Force. The report is 184 pages long. The press release and a link to the full report are … Continue reading