OCT. 28, 2014

After Sandy

Is New York, New Jersey ready for the next big one?

Eagle-Tribune

Eagle-Tribune

After Superstorm Sandy, officials in New York and New Jersey vowed to make sure the unprecedented destruction wouldn’t happen again. Two years later, would it? Officials and disaster-preparedness experts are seeing meaningful progress on a complicated problem that could take decades to remedy.

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Troubled waters: N.J. still struggling

NJ Advance Media

New Jersey is still struggling to clean up its rivers, lakes and streams as required by the Clean Water Act more than 40 years after the law was passed, federal officials say.

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Report: Chesapeake clean-up worth $22B

Cape Gazette

Cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay is vital for the environment, and a new report shows it would also offer a multibillion-dollar boost to the economy.

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