News Feature | March 15, 2020

Trash Magnifies Flooding Risk In The Big Easy

Source: KLa Systems

New Orleans may have survived Hurricane Katrina, but newer stresses are impeding the region’s ability to process stormwater runoff to prevent flooding and groundwater contamination. Storms, which are dumping more water into New Orleans than ever amid climate change, are the big contributor. However, humans aren’t making things any easier.

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