First as tragedy, then as farce: FEMA still to adapt to climate change . Despite the agency’s attempts to account for bigger storms, its outdated rules leave communities unprepared for disaster.
An in depth look at recent disasters and the problems that FEMA has in dealing with recovery, highlighting needed changes in rules and regulations.
This article from Al Jazeera America relies on a recent report from the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit newsroom based at Boston University and WGBH News that produces investigative reporting and trains the next generation of journalists. The Fund for Investigative Journalism helped fund this report.