Sunday, May 12, 2013

Workshops to give New Orleans solutions for water woes ~Kari Dequine Harden
~Beginning Wednesday, community leaders will take an in-depth look at how other cities across the nation have been able to turn water challenges into assets in a series of summer workshops. New Orleans’ situation is significant and unique, acknowledged Marco Cocito-Monoc, director of regional initiatives at the Greater New Orleans Foundation, the organization hosting the five-part series in partnership with the Urban Institute and more than 30 community organizations. Along with launching a citywide conversation with the “Urban Water Series” workshops, Cocito-Monoc said a primary goal is to build relationships between city leaders in New Orleans and authorities from other states.

Rising Mississippi River levels spark concern ~Allison Braxton
ARCADIS replacing  La. coastal wetlands ~Envoronmental Business International
Mike Florio Says Saints Could Make Goodell Happy By Signing Tebow ~Saints Tailgate

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