‘It’s not as pervasive as people think.’ – Matt Allen, Northshore RiverWatch
The luck, or unluck, of a hurricane path
Levees rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina to withstand stronger storms could have still been overtopped
Hurricane Ida cost us a lot
Hurricane Ida damage helped make 2021 one of most expensive years for natural disasters, report finds
Can electric “lighthouses” work? We should try to see.
After Ida left millions in the dark, advocates turn to solar power. How much can it help?
Alliance refinery to be shut down
Phillips 66 to shutter Alliance Refinery, convert it to fuel terminal
Grand Isle slowly returns to life
Local officials estimate 60% of full-time residents have returned, waiting on FEMA trailers
Rebuild Grand Isle and others but will they stay?
Grand Isle and Lafitte are being rebuilt, but here’s why they won’t last long
Living in the swamp still has Ida problems
Manchac goes 7 weeks without power and trash piles up in Bayou Segnette.
Mardi Gras Pass was saved by – mud
Some marshes did better than others due to mud and trees
Do other places on the coast deserve better protection – or just us?
‘Hard conversations’ needed about using sand dunes at Grand Isle, 7-foot levees for Lafitte