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You think that after two 100-year storms in two years, that New York-area businesses would want to put new data center capacity far, far away. But new research says you would be wrong.
Using footage gathered from the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, a time-lapse video has been created documenting the spectacular phenomena of a little planet called Earth. The Sarychev Volcano and Hurricane Irene are...Show More Summary
New York is warning investors that climate change poses a long-term risk to the state’s financial health, citing Hurricane Sandy and tropical storms Irene and Lee, which caused widespread damage and economic losses. Climate change is now listed as a risk in the state’s bond offerings, alongside warnings about other hazards including unresolved litigation and [...]
A state Department of Transportation employee was forced to resign under the threat of termination after he spoke to a reporter without authorization for a story about the agency's response to Hurricane Irene. Mike Fayette, an engineer...Show More Summary
Your phone rings while you are engaged in a harrowing game of Words With Friends and the guy watching your dog tells you that a category one hurricane named Irene is headed to the east coast.
By Eric Jaffe, Atlantic Cities | January 14, 2013 From a behavioral perspective, the hardest thing about adapting to the slow process of climate change is creating a sense of urgency. After a close call with Hurricane Irene a couple years back, and a horrible clash with Hurricane Sandy this past fall, New York is [...]
In 2011 it was hard to beat the McCall's holiday card. Taking advantage of the hurricane of the year (Irene) Greg and Cecilia managed an excellent SUP family photo (SUPing down the street in front of their home.) The Peconic...
Sixty-nine percent tied Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storms Irene and Lee to global climate change, compared with 24 percent who said they were isolated weather events, the poll found.
Many on the east coast have discovered with Sandy -- and one year ago, with Irene -- what New Orleanians already know: Evacuations are expensive and stressful. They are no holiday for the fleeing residents.
By PowerOptions: While the negative effects of hurricane Sandy are being felt in the in the North East, one benefactor of the disaster will be home improvement retailer Home Depot (HD). Home Depot benefited from hurricane Irene which hit the U.S. Show More Summary
Think the grumbling about JCP&L's service (here and here) started with Hurricane Irene or 2011's October snowstorm? Think again. GPU, the holding company for JCP&L 12 years ago, was getting complaints over a blackout in the summer of 1999: In the first case of its kind in New Jersey, Judge Paul F. Show More Summary
Post by Kiri BlakeleyIf you're one of the millions of people who had your precious electricity knocked out thanks to Hurricane Sandy -- or maybe it happened during Hurricane Irene, or the storm that hit the Washington, D.C., area a year...Show More Summary
Jim Leftwich says: I'd seen one of these that had been done for Hurricane Irene going around, that a lot of people probably thought was Hurricane Sandy. I created this one from a NASA satellite image (distributed by NOAA) from Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 1745zulu (6:45pm EDST). I posted it to my Tumblr, and [...]
Losses due to performance cancellations were greater during Hurricane Irene, however.
After Hurricane Irene, officials at NYU Langone Medical Center spent several million dollars protecting its backup power system from flooding, according to Richard Cohen, vice president of facilities operations.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - It took ironworker Jim Coyne more than a year to replace the hot water heaters and furnaces damaged when Hurricane Irene dumped two feet of water in the basement of his beach-block home in the Rockaways, New York last year.
The disaster assistance employee started her year in the Northeast, living in a hotel room whilehelping communities there recover from flooding from Hurricane Irene. She then moved south, to work on Hurricane Ike damage, and plans to drive her car up north soon, to assist with Hurricane Sandy. Show More Summary
Last year, when Hurricane Irene came to the Northeast and New York went into a panic. People bought food they would never eat like canned mangoes and cherry pop tarts, taped their windows shut, and filled their bathtubs with water. They were actually prepared. Show More Summary
DeQuan Franklin says in all his time living in New York they've never seen anything like this — even after Hurricane Irene.