What we might be talking about if we weren’t talking about sharpies.
"We've got to fix this." | The Trump administration is sitting on billions of dollars in unspent disaster-recovery money.
The accelerating pace of disasters is creating a new problem for governments: How to rebuild in time for the next storm.
The Trump administration is sitting on tens of billions of dollars in unspent disaster recovery funds.
The Trump administration is sitting on tens of billions of dollars in unspent disaster recovery funds.
Even before Hurricane Dorian, disaster recovery in the United States was already overwhelmed, experts warn.
As climate change gets worse, the systems meant to protect us are at risk of failing. -Most homeowners aren’t buying flood insurance: -Governments can’t spend disaster funds fast enough:
Why America's approach to disaster recovery can't keep up with climate change.
Good overview from . Right now, the Camp Fire community is anxiously waiting for FEMA money to remove hazardous trees before winter storms. There's been no HUD recovery money yet, not even a hint. Most people don't even know that's an option.
"At the same time, the growing frequency of natural disasters, amplified by climate change, increases the urgency of rebuilding."
As Disasters Multiply, Billions in Recovery Funds Go Unspent
Good thing this government has a businessman in charge and therefore really values efficiency. via
Good thing this government has a businessman in charge and therefore really values efficiency. via