|Title||Making Collective Climate Adaptation Decisions in the Wake of Hurrican Sandy: Can Games Make a Difference?|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Susskind, L, Rumore, D|
A New Focus on Adaptation following Hurricane Sandy There are quite a few people in New York and New Jersey who want the government to do something. They want to make sure that the horrendous effects of Hurricane Sandy are not repeated in the years ahead. In the Northeast, the unusual “superstorm” resulted in extensive property loss and more than 100 deaths. Current estimates are that the storm caused more than $60 billion in damage in New York and New Jersey alone. What are the things that local, state, and federal agencies can do to reduce the risks associated with destructive storms?