It may be the most surprising addition to the growing number of states setting aggressive climate goals.
Incredibly, Louisiana now has a rare opportunity not just to play “What if” — but to win.
Some experts say the storms are part of an alarming trend: tornadoes are spinning up more often in Louisiana
Again, the Advocate comes out for oil
Fertilizer has a cleaner way to be made.
Some power to the local governments.
The governor proposed in 2015 and the monies have just been released.
Tax payers fund oil company clean up but there is a better way
This was one of two pieces in the paper today on Bio Diesel fuel. This concerns a plant in the Baton Rouge area. The Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission approved a land lease agreement Tuesday night with a Texas-based company
The debate over how much environmental protection a state should provide for its citizens usually devolves into this choice: business success vs public health. Businesses fight against tighter environmental laws because they could hurt their profits while also warning those