Weekly News Roundup for May 6, 2016

These are some of the stories we’ve been following this week.

Minnesota officials are taking steps to avoid a water crisis like Flint’s by understanding lead contamination prevention techniques.

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that cities could not place limits on hydraulic fracturing operations because the ordinances cannot […]

Looking Back at Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago, images of the Superdome, the home of the New Orleans Saints, were on every television channel. It was the end of August, and thousands of New Orleans residents huddled inside waiting out the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

First making landfall in South Florida on the morning of […]

The Aftermath of Katrina: Recommendations for Real Estate Research

This paper provides an overview of government and independent research conducted in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in an effort to highlight additional areas in need of study. In addition to the overview of natural disasters and their impact on the United States, the aftermath of the San Francisco […]