Oil and Gas Blamed for Louisiana Wetland Erosion


Louisiana’s wetlands serve as a natural barrier against hurricanes but recently they are disappearing. The state has lost about 1,880 square miles of coastal land during the last 80 years, and the energy industry is responsible for at least 36% of that loss. More than 10,000 canals have been constructed…

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