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.
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).
Researchers at the Cardiovascular Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School have found evidence that Hurricane Sandy, commonly referred to as a superstorm, had a significant effect on cardiovascular events, including...
Sandy-type storm coming again and New Jersey is not prepared, warns author - Forget the notion that a storm like Hurricane Sandy comes along every 100 years: Start thinking a “storm of the century” will hit every 10 years.
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.
A bill sponsored by Rep. Michael Grimm (R-Staten Island/Brooklyn) will prevent the Federal Emergency Management Agency from trying to collect overpaid funds from those homeowners and ensure the money they were given to repair their homes will stay...
Raw Story How fear Of Occupy Wall Street undermined the Red Cross' Hurricane Sandy ... Raw Story In the days after Superstorm Sandy, relief organizations were overwhelmed by the chaos and enormous need.
Vineland Daily Journal Secret Sandy engineering reports set to be released Vineland Daily Journal BELMAR – The seawater propelled by Superstorm Sandy rushed into the basement and the first floor of the Jersey Shore home that Krista Sperber shares...
Jim Schreier's insight:
This report shows that the implications from Sandy are still unfolding.
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