Houston, Texas after Hurricane Harvey


This video from the USA says about itself:

Will Houston’s Post-Harvey Recovery Exacerbate Inequities or Build a More Just City?

24 November 2017

Residents across Houston are beginning to return to their communities in the wake of devastating flooding from Hurricane Harvey. To understand who stands to profit from the relief effort, and who may not, Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman, Renée Feltz and Hany Massoud recently sat down with Dr. Robert Bullard, known as the founder of the environmental justice movement, at his home in Houston.

Texas flood: Researchers compare pollution levels before and after Hurricane Harvey: here.

High levels of fecal bacteria as well as genes associated with antibiotic resistance were found in Houston floodwaters and sediment after Hurricane Harvey. The study showed that residents and remediation workers must be extra cautious when they encounter standing water in closed homes: here.

In the midst of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, families in Texas are still struggling to recover from the calamitous floods brought by Hurricane Harvey in late August of last year: here.

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