“Katrina” Remains the Terrible Apex

This month, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) adjusted Hurricane Katrina’s official cost of damage to $186.3 billion making it the costliest hurricane on record. Also, the death count for the 2005 storm was adjusted from just over 1800 to just under 1400. Despite the downward adjustment, Hurricane Katrina remains the deadliest storm in the past […]

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Founder Rosenthal featured on Elizabeth Bachman show

This week Levees.org founder Sandy Rosenthal is featured on Elizabeth Bachman’s show “Strategic Speaking for Results.” This episode was Ms. Bachman’s selection to be the first guest of the year 2023. Rosenthal discusses how she and her group Levees.org took on the organization responsible for the engineering design flaws in New Orleans’ levees –– the […]

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Why New York Waits

Ten years ago, Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge flooded twenty-four US states, particularly New York and New Jersey. Prior to landfall, the Associated Press reported that experts predicted a billion dollars in damage in the US. It turned out to be $43 billion (1).  Now, near the 10th anniversary of what is unofficially known as Superstorm […]

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