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Category Archives: Hurricane Maria
In Puerto Rico, a skirmish over how much debt the bankrupt island can handle. Will the money go to bondholders or to disaster victims? Yet another unique problem that PR has and one that poses serious concerns for the recovery … Continue reading
From the NY Times: Puerto Rico Needs More Than Bandages. Puerto Rico needs more than bandages. It needs to rethink and redesign its electric, water and wastewater systems, both to protect them against the next big storm and to provide … Continue reading
From the NYTimes on Feb. 9, right after the second short federal shutdown: What Puerto Rico Is and Isn’t Getting in Disaster Relief.
From Vox, this article re Puerto Rico’s blackout, the largest in American history, explained. More than a million Americans are still without power because of the botched recovery after the hurricane.
Puerto Rico has been in the news frequently, but apparently conditions in the USVI are quite serious as well. See this article in the Washington Post: Shredded roofs, shattered lives. Back-to-back hurricanes may have blown a generation of Virgin Islanders … Continue reading
As the old saying goes, never let a crisis go to waste. While many of us are wondering what it will take to achieve recovery in PR, some entrepreneurs have a plan. From the NY Times: Making a Crypto Utopia … Continue reading