Fox 8 NO: For the Birds: Audubon LA creates innovative coastal restoration efforts to save its land

(WVUE) – By John Snell — Spring brings a population explosion to Louisiana’s beaches, marshes and swamps from thousands of pelicans building nests on barrier islands to pink roseate spoonbills

The Advocate Op-Ed: Time to protect coastal funding

Douglas Meffert guest column: Six years after BP’s devastating rig explosion and oil spill, the legal battles are behind us — finally. U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier has approved the

Huff Post: BP Settlement Money: No Robbing the Coastal Cookie Jar

By David Yarnold — Thanks to a judge’s ruling, BP finally has to pay for what it broke on the Gulf Coast. And the Gulf states can shift their focus

Greenwire: ‘Broken village’ in La. bayou seeks higher ground

By Abby Kessler, E&E reporter — As the Isle de Jean Charles in southern Louisiana sinks slowly into the Gulf of Mexico, a group of Native Americans who have inhabited

Baton Rouge Advocate: River should be harnessed for restoration

By Jeff Hebert and David Muth — The recent opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway is a dramatic reminder of our region’s precarious relationship with water and the responsibility and opportunity

BR Advocate Ed: Long-term plan for coastal diversion projects

Editorial – When Mother Nature gives you an opportunity, you’ve got to be in position to take advantage of it. Now, with the Mississippi River hitting its crest in January, another