Louisiana has got to shift from oil and gas to renewables and it is possible – but not with our current legislature. A Times Picayune Power Poll has two-thirds of respondents putting the state’s chances of making the switch at
One of the most expensive, ambitious and controversial proposals in Louisiana’s 50-year, $50 billion bid to save the southern third of the state from disappearing like a modern-day Atlantis passed a major milestone Thursday night with the release of a
In New Orleans we know this well. The higher you are above sea level the better off, maybe, you will be. The lower 9th Ward was 13 feet below sea water and water flows down hill. This is basic physics.
A rare and elusive bird recently found to thrive in a narrow strip of the Louisiana coast isn’t getting the protections that should come with its new status under the Endangered Species Act, according to a lawsuit that environmental groups
The Mississippi River is a channel which dumps eight million tons of plastic into the Gulf each year. But can we help stop or reduce this flow?
Attorney General Landry will sign off on a major settlement with Freeport McMoRan Inc. A potentially ground-breaking settlement with a major oil and gas company to help restore Louisiana’s disappearing coast will take a big step forward Thursday when Attorney
This editorial by the Advocate totally exonerates DENKA from cancer causing as the LSU study did not state DENKA caused the cancer also alleging that the number of cases is not over the national average. The Advocate has proven through
Here is our letter of support for the Gulf South for a Green New Deal, recently sent to the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy. We urge you to read the policy proposal and learn more at gulfsouth4gnd.org.
In a case of “no good deed goes unpunished”, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) says up to a third of the dolphins in Barataria Bay could be killed by the Mid-Barataria Diversion.
An LSU audit aimed at measuring how completely Louisiana’s cancer incidence database has counted new cancer cases around a controversial manufacturer in St. John the Baptist Parish concludes that the Louisiana Tumor Registry appears to have found all “reportable” cases