Humans Used to Live Here. Then Sandy Happened. Now It Is Being Reclaimed by Nature.
“It was a very low, natural, spongy salt marsh, and it was filled to create homes,” Robert Brauman, a project manager for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection told Curbed New York in 2016, “and that was where the problems started.”.
New York lets neighborhood return to nature to guard against stormsReuters
This Staten Island Town Has a Brilliant and Wacky Flood-Prevention StrategyCityLab
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