It might have fallen in Miami but we are effected
State of the Coast Conference and $1 billion to coastal restoration
This article is the major argument for keeping Louisiana dependent on oil. The money we get from off shore oil revenues. Louisiana is getting $110 Million that must be spent on coastal restoration and hurricane protection. Louisiana state government and
Oil is under attack and renewables are in ascendance. Oil is losing jobs while renewables are gaining them. Where is Louisiana in all of this change? This is a question that should be raised but the state seems to be
Nicholls State used to be 50 miles from the Gulf Coast. Now it is 24 miles away. Located in the Terrebonne and Atchafalaya basin, Nicholls State is in an area where: The sediment-starved Terrebonne Basin has rapidly deteriorated since 1932,
Just northwest of Holly Beach, the once lush marsh of Cameron Meadows has been severely degraded over the past two decades by the combined forces of oil and gas exploration and hurricanes. Now work has begun on a $32 million
Standing on the raised deck of a neighbor’s camp, Brenda Fanguy looked out over Grand Isle’s levee at a newly constructed beach 20 times wider than what was there last year. “It’s amazing,” Fanguy yelled, shouting down from her perch.