Its been a year since the hurricane devistated and destroyed New Orleans and a lot has been said this week about how things not only went wrong when the storm happend, but in the recovery months afterwards. There are still major areas of the city that haven’t been touched, and millions in renovations to be done. Still more disturbing is that the prventative measures about banning housing in flood zones and rebuilding levys and infrastructure to better standards has been reduced to a toothless fraction of what needs to change due to bureaucratic red tape and political interest blocking. Its sad really, but also an indication of what would happen if disaster struck in any other area of the US. Read more about katrina one year later.