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Storm Protection / Coastal Issues, Texas

Article Title Author
Towards a More Equitable and Resilient Houston Raleigh Hoke
Louisiana Hosting Meetings on Annual Coastal Plan Raleigh Hoke
Santa Rosa Island Faces Conservation Challenges Christian Wagley
GRN’s New Florida Staff Greeted by a Reminder from Irma Christian Wagley
Hurricane Harvey: How to Help Dustin Renaud
“I wish they would listen to the people. The people that live here.”- Comments from the Coast Maris Jones
“Something has to be done for our future.” - Comments from the Coast Maris Jones
“American freedom--who want leaving, leaving. Who want move, move. Who want stay, stay.”- Comments from the Coast Maris Jones
“I don’t wanna go nowhere else. I don’t wanna live nowhere else.” - Comments from the Coast Maris Jones
“Who’s gonna be adversely impacted?” - Comments from the Coast Maris Jones
Introducing: Comments from the Coast Shona Clarkson
What We Need from the New Master Plan Cyn Sarthou
Defending the Coast at Voodoo Raleigh Hoke
Defend the Coast Raleigh Hoke
Flooding in Louisiana. Please help. Natasha Noordhoff
Exclusive New Photos of Taylor Oil Leak Raleigh Hoke
Restoration on the Half Shell Guest Blogger
Flooding and Development in Gulfport Howard Page
A New Gulf Beginning James Hartwell
Let's Get to Work Cleaning up the Gulf Scott Eustis
Environmental Justice in the Gulf Howard Page
Let’s Talk About Flood Risk Raleigh Hoke
Will Governor Edwards Be a Coastal Leader? Cyn Sarthou
Resurrecting Life at Jesuit Bend James Hartwell
Outdoor Play in New Orleans City Park, “Yellow Eyed Creatures” Raleigh Hoke
RAM Opposition Floods Belle Chasse James Hartwell
Stand for Coast Not Coal in Belle Chasse Raleigh Hoke
School of Big Storms: Galveston, TX Jordan Macha
Flood Washington, Not Our Coasts Raleigh Hoke
School of Big Storms: Dirty Energy Jonathan Henderson
School of Big Storms: MRGO Raleigh Hoke
A Fond Farewell to the Gulf, for Now Steve Murchie
Stormy Seas, Rising Risks: Why Corporate Disclosure Matters Guest Blogger
Oil and Gas Accountability Lawsuit Lives Another Day Guest Blogger
Federal Agencies vote for Lines of Defense Scott Eustis
Victory: People for the Coast Prevail Over Coal Grace Morris
Voodoo Experience 2014: No Coast, No Music Raleigh Hoke
Good News on Oil and Gas Accountability Lawsuit Guest Blogger
Mike Tidwell at Octavia Books Guest Blogger
WATCH how coal and petroleum coke wind up in a restoration project Scott Eustis
PetCoke and Coal in Plaquemines restoration Scott Eustis
Flood Less Summer Challenge Hannah Leis
This Wetland was built by the Law, the River, and the Dredge Scott Eustis
Summer Canvass Comes to a Close Amanda Clesi
Plug the Wells, Restore the Marsh Scott Eustis
Watch This Restoration Take Off! Scott Eustis
Flooding Baton Rouge with Our Water and Our Voices Jayeesha Dutta
Victory for the Mississippi Coast! Helen Rose Patterson
Gov. Jindal Signs Big Oil Bailout Bill Steve Murchie
Who pays the bill to restore the coast? Steve Murchie
Critical Vote this Thursday on Big Oil Bailout Steve Murchie
Bird's Eye View: Shocking Photos They Don't Want You To See Jonathan Henderson
Oil Washes over the Louisiana Senate Steve Murchie
Bird's Eye View: Damning Photos Revealed Jonathan Henderson
Big Oil Bailout Steve Murchie
Coast or Coal? Grace Morris
Is Big Oil's Political Gamble Bad for Business? Guest Blogger
Can a Kite Show Where We Flood? Scott Eustis

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