A decade after the weather disaster wrought devastation in New York and beyond, what have we learned — and what are we doing to adapt to the growing climate crisis?
Long after Superstorm Sandy, resilience efforts haven’t caught up to vulnerable NYC streets and bus depots, researchers find.
Study suggests kids exposed to the disaster while in the womb have higher risks for depression, anxiety and ADHD.
New York City’s climate adaptation plan looks to sponge-like surfaces to fight heavy rainfall.
Ten years after the storm devastated the East Coast, science shows its effects on avian habitat were a surprisingly mixed bag.
Across the country, communities are relying on mutual aid as a safeguard against extreme weather.
NEW YORKERS DISCUSS SANDY’S IMPACT
Omari Holgyn, 18, Brooklyn
Brian Keene, 77, Brooklyn