Forum on Managing Floodwaters and Economic Recovery

Super-storm Sandy flooded cities and changed coastlines, causing $62 billion in damage making it one of the most costly weather events in U.S. history.

One year after Superstorm Sandy made landfall, Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection co-sponsored a full-day forum to discuss strategies and approaches to make communities more resilient, mitigate storm impact and help plan for the future.

 

Dr. Michel Boufadel, Director of the university's Center for Natural Resources Development and Protection.

NRDP Center

Honorable Rob De Vos, Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York.

Top-down Processes versus Bottom-up Project Development

Michele N. Siekerka, Esq., Assistant Commissioner of Water Resource Management with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Dr. Gary Buchanan, Director of Office of Science, Research and Technology at New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

RESILIENCY, Science and New Jersey’s Natural Resources

Dr. Mitchell Erickson, Director of Northeast Operations in Science and Technology Directorate at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Preparedness Opportunities Revealed by Sandy