Visit this page to see the UNC Coastal Resilience Center’s December newsletter.
What’s thought to be the first town incorporated by freed enslaved people is facing a difficult decision: accept a buyout from FEMA to move from the land that generations of black ancestors have proudly called home since the 1880s, or rebuild with the possibility of another 100-year flood happening in the years to come. Read more here.
The country needs an experienced emergency manager, not a governor who has been loyal to the President-elect, to lead our nation’s disaster response and recovery efforts. Read more here.
Yet another report detailing the benefits of urban trees. Learn more here.
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Texas A&M’s Jennifer Horney explores the public health implications of evacuations and how they might have been at play in the response to Hurricane Matthew. Read more here.