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Congress could give Louisiana’s oil industry a huge gift

A lot of people in Louisiana are paying attention to budget negotiations underway on Capitol Hill. That’s because a huge government… Read More »

12/09/2015 | Read Story »

New wave of water management

New Orleans is a city unlike any other. From our food, to our music, to our festivals, no other place… Read More »

12/8/2015 | Read Story »

Residents see benefits since launch of Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan

State, local, and grassroots leaders gathered Tuesday to review the progress of the Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan that… Read More »

12/8/2015 | Read Story »

Water, water everywhere: City’s urban water plan backers detail two years of progress

The backers of a citywide water management plan gathered Tuesday to discuss the plan’s implementation and progress, a month ahead… Read More »

12/8/2015 | Read Story »

New carriers offering low-cost flights, nonstop regional flights signal room for growth at New Orleans airport

Within days of a new charter operator launching regional Gulf Coast flights from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, a… Read More »

12/7/2015 | Read Story »

Water, water everywhere in New Orleans. How can we manage it?: Robin Barnes

Robin Barnes is executive vice president and chief operating officer for Greater New Orleans Inc. As we switch out hurricane… Read More »

12/7/2015 | Read Story »

John Bel Edwards announces transition team for economic development issues: Read the list of names

Louisiana Gov.-elect John Bel Edwards continues to roll out the names of his closest advisers on key issues as he… Read More »

12/4/2015 | Read Story »

Katrina helped usher in an acceptance and use of green infrastructure

One sign that Prisca Weems represents something new and surprising in New Orleans is her never-before-seen title in city government:… Read More »

12/2/2015 | Read Story »