Fall could be warmer and drier than average, forecasters say
Louisiana approves 4 solar projects for Entergy, a small step toward a cleaner power grid
New research finds an estimated 25,000 properties in Louisiana could slip below tidal boundary lines by 2050. Florida, Texas and North Carolina also face profound economic risks.
The Last Days of Isle de Jean Charles: A Louisiana tribe’s struggle to escape the rising sea
The Gulf’s first offshore wind energy zones prompt concerns from Texas, shrugs from Louisiana
Farmers in Louisiana and Mississippi are betting on cotton, adding more acreage and hoping for higher yields.
Together New Orleans’ Community Lighthouse Project — a network of solar- and battery-powered resilience hubs at churches and community centers across south Louisiana — is featured in a new national report by the Associated Press. The article, “Community Lighthouses powered
This sliver of Louisiana is responsible for most of the state’s carbon emissions, new study says
Officials in rural Louisiana grapple with ‘going solar’ as utilities, industry drive demand
Amid energy upheaval, Louisiana’s oil and gas production is trending upward