Late in October 2012 -one month away from the end of the six-month hurricane season-the unique, enormous tropical storm Sandy hit the United States East Coast at a right angle, and, before it dissipated, the storm that came to be nicknamed "Superstorm Sandy" caused billions of dollars of damage across dozens of states and affected millions of American's lives.
One year on, Crawford studies the aftermath of the storm and what lessons have been learnt.
- Claims volumes and economic impact.
- Regulatory, legislative and industry changes after Sandy.
- The present and future of storms.
- How cities can manage future disasters.