With subways and streets flooded, New York City is facing a few reality. Infrastructural changes may be the phoenix to rise from Hurricane Sandy's ashes.
Superstorm Sandy destroyed hives that were home to a million bees in Brooklyn, a blow to efforts to develop bees well-suited to New York City.
Post superstorm Sandy, you may see less fish on restaurant menus.
The blogger's tweet about Sandy didn't exactly endear her to conservatives.
When connecting extreme weather to climate change, hawks are in a constant battle with scolds who tell them to tone it down. But storms like Sandy provide an opportunity to give the issue lasting cultural resonance.
Scientists told us a storm like Sandy would be catastrophic. When will we get better at dealing with long-range risks?
Oil slicks have been spotted in the East River, but they're probably due to contaminants washing from land into water, not due to one big leak.
Dense housing means underground power lines. Which means power even after an überstorm hits.
Some pictures of Sandy's impact on the region's transportation, plus resources for finding out when you'll be able to use buses and trains again.
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