Sustaining Our Urban Landscape, or SOUL has led volunteer plantings in several neighborhoods since 2016, including one that added almost 900 trees in Old Algiers. Next, it will plot the city’s plans toward reestablishing the canopy.
The Mayor backs the Mid-Barataria Diversion.
More pollution aimed at our drinking water
Can flooding be reduced or become the past?
Maybe it is time to celebrate! Jesse Perkins fears for his granddaughter each time she plays in the backyard. Patches barren of grass mean more than just dusty clothes; she could ingest some of the toxic soil on which Perkins’
The New Orleans City Council is considering a resolution opposing a massive Taiwanese plastics facility in St. James Parish that could release the same type of tiny pellets that blanketed New Orleans riverbanks last summer. The resolution, slated for consideration
The Mighty Mississippi waters full of silt built the Louisiana Delta. The Corps of Engineers, helping commerce, built dams and constrained the River. These efforts helped commerce but stopped the land building and now we are in dire straits. Enter
This is a good news story on many fronts. Cut down on plastics! Keep the streets cleaner! Cut down on beads hanging in trees! There’s a newcomer in the movement to kick plastic to the curb during Mardi Gras season.
No, New Orleans will never be this hot or dry but still at times the same heat seems to be outside as we melt in the humidity. However on the street I live on, closer to St Charles there are
Local New Orleans residents live above a former land fill and they have been fighting for a long time to be moved. In the summer of 2019, Gordon Plaza residents who live atop the toxic waste of a former landfill