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This data resource is part of SRL’s larger mission of promoting mutual aid within research and knowledge communities. If you use it, we invite you to submit any data you have that may benefit other researchers, Long Term Recovery Groups, policy makers, and groups engaged in rebuilding.
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Public Reports: Government 

City of Summit, New Jersey, “Hurricane Sandy After Action Report,” no date.

Congressional Research Service, “Analysis of the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act of 2013,” March 2013.

Department of Homeland Security First Responders Group and Virtual Social Media Working Group, “Lessons Learned: Social Media and Hurricane Sandy,” June 2013.

FEMA, “A Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management: Principals, Themes, and Pathways for Action,” December 2011.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), “Hurricane/Post-Tropical Cyclone Sandy, October 2229, 2012,” May 2013.

New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, “New Jersey Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Action Plan,” April 2013.

New York City, “Hurricane Sandy After Action: Report to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg,” May 2013.

New York City Department of City Planning, “Coastal Climate Resilience: Designing for Flood Risk,” June 2013.

New York City Department of City Planning, “Coastal Climate Resilience: Urban Waterfront Adaptive Strategies,” June 2013.

New York City Office of the Public Advocate, “Supporting Community-Based Disaster Response: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy.” June 2013.

New York City Panel on Climate Change, “Climate Risk Information 2013: Observations, Climate Change Projections, and Maps,” June 2013.

New York State 2100 Commission, “Recommendations to Improve the Strength and Resilience of the Empire State’s Infrastructure,” January 2013.

Public Service Commission of Maryland, “Hurricane Sandy Multi-State Outage & Restoration Report,” February 2013.

Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency (SIRR), New York City, “A Stronger, More Resilient New York,” June 2013.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, “First Interim Report, Disaster Relief Act, 2013,” March 2013.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, “Second Interim Report, Disaster Relief Act, 2013,” May 2013.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, “HUD Housing Counseling Program Guide for Superstorm Sandy Disaster Relief,” March 2013.

U.S. Senate, “Bipartisan Task Force on Hurricane Sandy Recovery: Preliminary Response & Recovery Report,” February 2013.

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Public Reports: Community Based and Grassroots Organizations

Alliance for a Just Rebuilding, “Turning the Tide: How our Next Mayor Should Tackle Sandy Rebuilding.” July 2013.

Alliance for a Just Rebuilding, ALIGN, Urban Justice Center, Community Voices Heard, Faith in New York, Families United for Racial and Economic Equality, Good Old Lower East Side, Red Hook Initiative, and New York Communities for Change, “Weathering the Storm: Rebuilding a More Resilient New York City Housing Authority Post-Sandy,” March 2014.

North Star Fund, “From the Edge of Disaster: How Activists and Insiders Can Use the Lessons of Hurricane Sandy to Make the City Safer,” April 2014.

Occupy Sandy New Jersey, “OSNJ Statement on NJ’s Disaster Recovery Action Plan,” March 2013.

Red Hook Initiative, “Red Hook Initiative: A Community Response to Hurricane Sandy,” June 6, 2013.

Sandy Regional Assembly, “Recovery Agenda. Recovery from the ground up: Strategies for community-based resiliency in New York and New Jersey,” April 2013.

Sandy Regional Assembly, “Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency (SIRR) Analysis,” July 2013.

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Public Reports: NGOs and Institutions 

American Association of Retired Persons, “AARP Survey on the Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the 50+ in New York,” no date.

American Institute of Architects (AIA) Post-Sandy Initiative, “Building Better, Building Smarter: Opportunities for Design and Development,” May 2013.

American Red Cross, “Superstorm Sandy: Six-month Update,” April 2013.

Center for American Progress, “Shelter from the Superstorm: How Climate Preparedness and Resilience Saves Money and Lives,” July 2013.

Climate Central, “Sewage Overflows From Hurricane Sandy,” April 2013.

Make the Road New York, “Unmet Needs: Superstorm Sandy and Immigrant Communities in the Metro New York Area,” December 2012.

Make the Road New York, “One Year of Sandy Response,” December 2013.

Mormon Helping Hands, “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‐day Saints: Hurricane Sandy Relief Report Nov 1, 2012‐ Dec 31, 2012,” January 2013.

New York University Division of Operations, “Hurricane Sandy Preparation and Response Performance Review Report to the Community,” July 2013.

New York University Furman Center for Real Estate and Public Policy & Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy, “Sandy’s Effects on Housing in New York City,” March 2013.

New York University Rudin Center for Transportation, “Transportation During and After Hurricane Sandy,” November 2012.

Rockefeller Foundation’s Informal City Dialogues, “The D.I.Y. Disaster Plan: How Informal Networks Battled Bangkok’s Worst Flood,” 2013.

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, “The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey: A Macroeconomic Analysis,” January 2013.

Urban Green Council, “Building Resiliency Task Force Full Report,” June 2013.

Urban Land Institute Disaster Combined Advisory Services Panel, “After Sandy: Advancing Strategies for Long-term Resilience and Adaptability,” July 2013.

Utility Workers Union of America, “The Impact of Hurricane Sandy on Consolidated Edison of New York: Assessment of Restoration Efforts and Recommendations for the Future,” February 2013.

Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network, “Superstorm Sandy After-Action Report,” March 2013.

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Public Reports: Businesses and Industry 

Aon Benfield, “Hurricane Sandy Event Recap Report,” May 2013.

This data resource is part of SRL’s larger mission of promoting mutual aid within research and knowledge communities. If you use it, we invite you to submit any data you have that may benefit other researchers, Long Term Recovery Groups, policy makers, and groups engaged in rebuilding. If you know of a report that is not listed here or a link is broken and you want the report, please let us know.
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