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Issue 3.1

Too Big: Rebuild by Design: A Transformative Approach to Climate Change

When Hurricane Sandy hit the New York and New Jersey coasts in October 2012, the region was immobilized for days. Although Sandy’s status was reduced from a Category 3 hurricane at its peak to a Category 2 hurricane when it arrived at the northeast coast—and subsequently reduced to a tropical storm when it made landfall near Atlantic City on October 29th—Sandy’s impact on the United States was monumental and unprecedented. In New York City and its surrounds, the storm disrupted power supplies to millions of residents and businesses…