Despite power loss, air monitoring continues
Federal agency installs detectors at sites in New Orleans, Norco, Reserve, Garyville, Port Fourchon
The tax breaks for jobs scheme isn’t working out for Louisiana
Researchers say state leaders avoid looking for links between industry and poor health
It was embarrassing to listen to LDEQ’s legal team and Formosa’s lawyers argue against accepting the data
n a request filed on Wednesday, the Concerned Citizens of St. John urged the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate cancer risks, recommend air pollution limits and join the group’s calls for the plant to be shut down.
The Environmental Protection Agency is revoking a Trump-era rule that overhauled how the agency evaluates air pollutants.
New study links people of color to pollution dangers than Whites
Life was supposed to be good. But… When Andy Aucoin bought two acres of property on Bayou Teche in western St. Mary Parish in 1996, he envisioned backyard crawfish boils, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool where he could
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