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To manage its Sandy response, New Jersey hired private companies that had performed poorly in previous disasters, a Los Angeles Times report says.
Why is New York getting so much more Hurricane Sandy recovery money than New Jersey?
Portland, Maine’s ReVision Energy has a new business model: Pairing rooftop solar electric panels with efficient air-source heat pumps to yield a net-zero-energy home heating solution.
JLC's Coastal Connection spent two days on the job in Portland, Maine, this month to see an installation crew from ReVision Energy add heat pumps and rooftop solar panels to an existing house.
Comparing the performance of a cellulose-insulated double wall against the same wall insulated with two different thicknesses of low-density open-cell spray foam.
JLC spends a day at the EcoCor panelizing facility in Searsmont, Maine, to see high-performance Passive House panels in production.
It’s a short-term tactic with long odds of success, but the government is ready to renourish the slender beaches that lie between North Carolina Route 12 and the Atlantic.
Georgia’s chief coastal metropolitan area shows continued signs of economic resurgence, according to a university report.
Leaders in Norfolk, Virginia, are scratching their heads over how to respond to the effects of rising sea levels on the low-lying town.
Party season on the beach brings an all-too-familiar news story about a collapsing wood deck.
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