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Louisianans' way of life on the coast is threatened by the very plans meant to save their wetlands and barrier islands from rising seas

By Craig E. Colten, Professor Emeritus of Geography, Louisiana State University
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As the state copes with hurricanes and climate disasters, it is figuring out how to manage the slow-motion loss of its coastal land. But its plans could endanger the cultures that define the region.


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