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.
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.
BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J. - The remains of a shipwreck buried beneath 20 feet of sand recently unearthed by crews rebuilding a seawall in the Normandy Beach section of this Ocean County municipality may be a historically significant treasure.
Jim Schreier's insight:
Fascinating...but clearly evidence of how the "implications" of Sandy continue to appear.
Whether or not climate change caused Hurricane Sandy, we're faced with the same problem: We built too many expensive things in places that are subject to flooding at unpredictable intervals; the problem is how to protect them regardless of the role...
It’s been two years since Hurricane Sandy and both towns have something else in common: Their waterfront views remain uninterrupted by dunes or seawalls, as if the lessons of the storm were never learned here.
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.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Several Staten Island homeowners expressed their frustrations over Hurricane Sandy relief efforts during a public meeting Tuesday evening, even as the city announced it had exceeded Mayor Bill de Blasio's goals on storm...
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