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The scientific evidence is unwavering on climate change. Warmer temperatures, higher sea levels, and more extreme precipitation events will affect everyone.
Katrina taught us that preparedness and mitigation are as important as response and recovery. But this acknowledgment brings up another set of needs.
The social and economic stresses in places like Orleans Parish exacerbate—and in some cases create—the disasters associated with natural hazards.
Katrina wreaked havoc in 25 hours, but its effects will last a lifetime. How are the communities that received assistance faring 10 years later?
Lessons from a small town on building resiliency from natural disaster

COVID-19: Policies to Protect People and Communities

Behind the Numbers at the Urban Institute

Critical Value: An Urban Institute Podcast

Structural Racism in America

Updates from the Urban Institute

Updates from the Urban Institute

Urban Wire Writers