Study: Louisiana could lose $3.6 billion if no action is taken to stop land loss
Posted on 3/22/2017 12:11:00 PM.

The Bayou State could lose $3.6 billion in homes, businesses, and infrastructure over the next 50 years if Louisiana does not take action to stop the massive coastal land loss problem. That’s according to a study by the LSU Economics and Policy Research Group. Researcher Stephen Barnes says they studied the direct impact of land loss in different areas of the state.
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