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Happy New Year from Rebuild by Design
Project Updates from the Sandy Region
Bridgeport, CT - In early December, HUD, Connecticut Department of Housing (CT DOH), and the City of Bridgeport kicked off the Resilient Bridgeport project. They will be working together on a two-pronged process that pairs the development of an integrated resilience strategy for Bridgeport’s low-lying coastal neighborhoods with the design and implementation of a transformative pilot project. More Info.»

Meadowlands, NJ - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP) has announced the launch of a process to create a Citizen Advisory Group (CAG) for the New Meadowlands Project. Residents and business owners in the Meadowlands are encouraged to apply. Learn More»

Hunts Point, Bronx - The New York City Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency and the New York City Economic Development Corporation will be holding a second public meeting, featuring a report back on the efforts to improve resilience in Hunts Point and discussion regarding the next steps in the resiliency implementation process. Details for the second public meeting to come. Learn More»

Hoboken, NJ - Thank you to all those who submitted public comment on the five concepts for the Hudson River Project. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP) will use your comments to narrow the options down to 3 concepts, which will go through further development and engineering. Visit the DEP website to learn more. 



 
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Teaching a Class this Semester? Join RBD-U


In partnership with NYU, PennDesign and Columbia GSAPP, we are excited to launch RBD-U (Resilience by Design), which will host a two-day workshop this February in NYC. 

RBD-U is a collaboration amongst some of the former participants in the Rebuild by Design Hurricane Sandy competition working together to integrate resilience as a central tenet to university curricula. This workshop will be used to test a proposed course that teaches the fundamentals of resilience to undergrad and graduate interdisciplinary students. Learnings will be incorporated in future RBD-U programs. 

If you are a professor teaching a class this semester and would like to join us, contact info@rebuildbydesign.org.

Attention Staten Island Residents


If you live in Oakwood Beach, Ocean Breeze, Graham Beach, South Beach, Crescent Beach, Tottenville, Howard beach, Broad Channel, Gerritsen Beach, Woodbridge, or Lindenhurst, you may qualify to participate in a sociological study that will track the long term effects of residents who were able to return to their homes after the storm, and those who were displaced. Learn More»
Rebuild by Design would like to thank The Rockefeller Foundation and our other funders for their ongoing support.

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