Last year was the hottest ever for the continental U.S.—and it wasn’t even close. Just in case you needed more evidence that the climate really is changing.
Four weeks ago today, east coast residents were huddled in their homes with fresh batteries and bottles of water, hoping for the best as Hurricane Sandy bore down on the region. We now know that, for many, the storm was a worst …
People aren’t being allowed back into Seaside Heights yet and the task of rebuilding the community is daunting – and expensive
Superstorm Sandy may have ended, but rescue efforts are far from over.
When Hurricane Sandy hit, the tranquil beach town of Breezy Point erupted in fire and floods. As residents returned two days later, some discovered they had lost everything
After a campaign season in which it was the missing in action issue, climate change roared back into relevancy in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Bill McKibben, the writer-turned-activist behind 350.org, put it in stark terms.
Even before Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the East Coast of the U.S., economists were predicting that the historic storm would cause billions of dollars in damage across more than a dozen states where planes were grounded, …
As Hurricane Sandy continues to batter the Eastern seaboard of the U.S., one thing is for certain: insurance companies will be ponying up for billions of dollars in property damage caused by high winds.
With intermittent rainfall and capricious winds, New York was growing impatient with still-distant Hurricane Sandy. But she’s on her way–and won’t treat the city special.
Superstorm Sandy slammed into the New Jersey coastline late Monday, Oct. 29, hurling seawater at cities and towns along the eastern seaboard. In New York City, storm surge flooded tunnels, subway stations and parts of the city’s …
TIME’s office gourmand surveys the threat of Sandy and runs into the harsh culinary economics of a city preparing for catastrophe.
Just in time for the seventh anniversary of Katrina, Isaac barrels up the Gulf to a region that has learned to take storms seriously