Part Six of our ongoing series, “F#*ck This.”
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In rural northwest Louisiana, where fracking is now king, a state agency declared an environmental emergency. Months later, some affected residents and property owners still haven’t been told.
Sue Lincoln reports on her meeting with officials in Louisiana’s Department of Natural Resources in Part Five of the series “F#*ck This.”
Part 4 of our “F**ck This” series.
Part 3 of our continuing “F**CK THIS” series.
Unless things change, we will continue to float on the water of the springs until we sink permanently into the gulf.
Part two of our series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.
This is the first in a multi-part Bayou Brief series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.
The federal multidistrict litigation panel’s decision represents a significant victory for the State of Louisiana and specifically for District Attorney Keith Stutes and for Plaquemines, Jefferson, Cameron, and St. Bernard parishes.
Years after the EPA cited health risks from the Denka Performance Elastomer plant in Louisiana’s St. John the Baptist Parish, is enough being done to protect the surrounding community?
Following the revelation that a subcontractor for utility giant Entergy had paid actors to support its bid for a controversial new power plant in New Orleans, the company now finds itself in a public relations meltdown.