Engineering projects hope to save Louisiana's shrinking coastal wetlands by diverting sediment from the Mississippi River -- but a new study says there is not enough mud in the Mississippi to do the job.
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Rebecca Williams reports biologists are trying to figure out how to keep panthers and people from running into each other.
The landfilling of 3.9 million tons of coal ash from a spill at TVA's Kingston Fossil Plant may or may not be a boon to one of Alabama's poorest counties.
"The earthen dikes supporting a huge coal ash landfill at a Tennessee power plant were 'on the verge of failure' long before they collapsed and sent tons of toxic muck into a river and lakeside community, an engineering consultant said Thursday."
When governments or communities pay to replenish beaches along privately owned beachfront property — or create new beaches by trucking in sand — what does that mean for the landowners' waterfront rights and property value?
Two brothers are busting levees to return the Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge to its primeval condition.