NOAA Adjusted Coastal Water Levels for Grand Isle Up by 3.3 inches

NOAA adjusted coastal water levels upwards – with the adjustment upwards of 3.3 inches of water levels (for the five year period 2012-2016) for Grand Isle,…/sltrends_station.shtml…

Houma Courier: State’s coastal chief leaves for industry job

Governor names interim replacement.… The head of Louisiana’s coastal restoration program has stepped down to take a position in private business, Gov. John Bel Edwards said Thursday. Johnny Bradberry had served as executive assistant for Coastal Activities and chairman of the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority since Edwards took office in 2016. Read more...

NPR: ‘Retreat’ Is Not An Option As A California Beach Town Plans For Rising Seas

About 150 steps from John Imperato’s Southern California home, pavement gives way to an ever-shrinking stretch of soft sand. Imperato lives in Del Mar, a small, affluent town just north of San Diego. He spent his life savings to live here. He wanted to raise his son like he grew up, withing walking distance of...

CBS: Shell ties executive pay to cuts in carbon emissions

Royal Dutch Shell is changing its tune on carbon, saying it will tie executive pay to shorter-term reductions in emissions. The world’s second-largest oil company on Monday said it would begin establishing carbon-output targets each year for the following three to five years in an effort to slash its carbon footprint in half by 2050...
Nov Hundreds of Louisiana parks and wildlife areas benefited from canceled federal program

By Tristan Baurick – Several Louisiana conservation groups are calling on Congress to revive a federal fund that helped create some of the state’s most popular parks and wildlife areas. Congress allowed the Land and Water Conservation Fund to expire in late September, putting in doubt one of the country’s most effective means of preserving...
Nov Wetlands hold the key to cutting emissions

By Evelyn S. Gonzalez – A team of scientists has identified more ways to mitigate climate change. Restoring coastal wetlands, rewetting drained soils, preventing erosion and reconnecting wetlands to exchange with saltwater can reduce more greenhouse gas emissions if done together, according to their report. Read more here…

Schedule a Tour of the LSU Center for River Studies for your Class

Calling all 4th-12th grade educators, @LouisianaCPRA is NOW scheduling class tours for 2019. Visit to find out more. #OurCoast

Donate Today it’s #Giving Tuesday

It’s #GivingTuesday! Join us in helping to save Louisiana’s coast – home to more than 5 million migratory waterfowl.

Check out this Cyber Monday Hack that Gives Back!

This Cyber Monday, do your regular Amazon shopping at and AmazonSmile donates to Americas Wetland Foundation.

Truth Out: Google Searches Reveal Public Interest in Conservation Is Rising

By Shreya Dasgupta – OK, Google: Has the general public lost interest in biodiversity conservation? Has people’s interest in environmental issues been overshadowed by climate change alone? Read more here…

USA Today: U.S. impacts of climate change are intensifying, federal report says

By Doyle Rice – A massive report issued by the Trump administration on Friday emphasizes the dire threat that human-caused global warming poses to the United States and its citizens. Read more here…

LSU: Are We Sinking? NGA Visits LSU Campus to Measure Subsidence

BATON ROUGE, LA – Throughout the month of October, 10 members of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency visited LSU’s campus and other statewide GPS sites to take gravity measurements for a research project spearheaded by LSU Center for Geoinformatics (C4G) Chief of Geodesy Cliff Mugnier. Read more here…

NatGeo: Rising seas give island nation a stark choice: relocate or elevate

Climate change means the low-lying Marshall Islands must consider drastic measures, including building new artificial islands – By Jon Letman – The navigational prowess of Marshall Islanders is legendary. For thousands of years, Marshallese have embraced their watery environment, building a culture on more than 1,200 islands scattered across 750,000 square miles of ocean. Read...
Nov Louisiana to get $91 million in fiscal year 2018 federal oil and gas revenue

By Mark Schleifstein, | The Times-Picayune Oil and gas produced from federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico and on federal land in Louisiana in fiscal year 2018 will add $91 million to the budgets of the state and coastal parishes, the Interior Department announced recently, with much of the money dedicated to state...

Carbon Brief:US could meet Paris emissions pledge with ‘natural climate solutions’, study says

By Robert McSweeney – The US could meet its pledge to cut emissions under the Paris Agreement through “natural climate solutions” (NCS), a new study suggests. Read more here…
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