Futurist Joel Barker's Implications Wheel was used to explore four key issues following Hurricane Katrina. Over 400 citizens were involved in different explorations of key issues. A sample from one of these is posted in the "examples" section of the website. This Scoop.It topic will identify possible issues that could be, should be explored.
The implications of Hurricane Sandy are many -- they're significant -- and they need to be explored for both the short and long-term positives and negatives.
OCEAN CITY – County residents still feeling the emotional after-effects of Hurricane Sandy are invited to a free program from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, June 24 at the Ocean City Library, 1735 Simpson Ave., in room 116.
BRIGANTINE–The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has increased the amount and the number of months the Rental Assistance Program provides homeowners with financial assistance for temporary housing while their primary residences undergo...
Two-and-a-Half Years After Hurricane Sandy, Storm Victims Still Struggle Philly.com (blog) Robin Buck remembers how excited he was when he was first approved for a state grant to fix his flooded Long Branch, NJ, home.
FEMA will reopen nearly 142,000 claims from homeowners for damages from Hurricane Sandy after allegations surfaced that insurance companies used falsified engineering reports to avoid payouts, NJ.com reported Wednesday (March 11).
Judge Finds Sandy Losses a Legal 'Act of God' Courthouse News Service MANHATTAN (CN) - Blame the Superstorm, not the shipper, for the loss of 211 cartons of ladies cardigans and sweaters washed ashore by Hurricane Sandy, a federal judge told Lord &...
Over two years after Hurricane Sandy, the "superstorm" that devastated parts of New York and New Jersey, affected homeowners still are battling the federal government over what they say are shoddy repairs by government-authorized contractors and a...
After a tumultuous high school experience, Long Island senior Daria Rose has a bright future ahead of her: The 18-year-old applied to seven Ivy League colleges and has been accepted to each one of them. But when Rose was a sophomore, her world turned completely upside down.
Two years after The Presbyterian Church of Morristown pledged to help victims of Hurricane Sandy at the Shore, the congregation on Sunday will welcome their partners in helping to rebuild homes at storm-ravaged...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Almost $5 million in federal grant money is available for Hurricane Sandy-damaged historic structures on Staten Island and in 12 other counties in New York state, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday.
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