How Hurricane Sandy tamed the bureaucracy

  • 25 June 2014
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RISA, CSI lead Adam Parris has an article appearing in Issues in Science and Technology about how Sandy was the impetus for a broad collaboration of federal, state and local leaders to develop a sea level rise planning tool designed to help communities "break the cycle of recovery and response" and instead rebuild for resiliency.

The article, "How Hurricane Sandy Tamed the Bureaucracy," is available at the Issues in Science and Technology website at: http://issues.org

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