Climate change softens up already-vulnerable Louisiana

USA Today: Pelicans and pickups roam the beach, where the waves roll in and return, lapping over the open water of the Gulf of Mexico. The water covers land that was once beach, and it has devoured land that was once marsh tucked behind this 6-square-mile barrier island, a speed bump for hurricanes headed north from the Gulf. On this sunny day, the Tarpon Rodeo - billed as "the oldest fishing tournament in the United States!" - is underway, with fishing boats and truck-bed hot tubs competing in nearly......

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