Managing After The Disaster – Rethinking Cities After The Storms

“In the aftermath of disaster, TV cameras zoom in on survivors picking through the ruins of their shattered houses. Those who are shellshocked yet determined to rebuild make a redemptive story. Yet as neighborhoods look at flood maps that take into account data on sea level rise and more violent storms, that desire to rebuild in the face of horrifying loss begins to look like folly, not heroism.”

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