Waiting for the Go 

Louisiana is poised to become a leader in environmental restoration — so why aren't the state and federal governments coming up with policies and money to make it happen?

Louisiana is a natural laboratory for the budding coastal restoration industry. It has the technology and expertise to be a leader in a potentially global economic powerhouse. But a lack of laws, policy and money keeps the business stagnant. "This is…

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