By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer At a public meeting Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority updated residents
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer A study that began last year as part of the city’s Livable Claiborne Communities Initiative will wrap up in October
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer New Orleans has been moving out of the throwaway era as residents sign up for curbside recycling—implemented last year—and direct their Carnival beads to new uses. But ... La. adapts to natural and manmade climate change
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer South Louisiana residents know that the coast is losing a football field of wetlands to the Gulf each hour as well as they know how the Saints ... City plans new, greener options for public transit
By Susan Buchanan The Louisiana Weekly The Crescent City — never a candidate for an underground, subway system — has had on-and-off success with public transit. For now, cars are the preferred ... Going Green: The impact of sustainable industry and living
By Zoe Sullivan The Louisiana Weekly The blast of a train horn is just part of the background noise at The Green Project, which abuts the a gravel driveway next to the ...