Drawing on their member networks and organization skills, groups mobilize to aid hurricane victims and add disaster relief to their services.
For trees felled by Hurricane Sandy, Department of Transportation employees developed their own cleanup method with a machine designed to move asphalt, sand and cement.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism students Jon Gerberg and Kristen Reed take us inside the Smith Houses on the Lower East Side, days after Sandy knocked out power.
Professor William Solecki, director of the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities, predicted in 2009 that climate change would leave certain parts of New York City more vulnerable to storm damage.
NJToday Correspondent Lauren Wanko takes a look at what New Jersey towns like Belmar and Neptune are doing to help residents recover from the damage from Hurricane Sandy and the northeaster.
Coverage of Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath focuses on how Long Island, New York City and New Jersey are coping with the worst storm in the region’s history and moving forward with recovery efforts.