Gulf Coast land loss could add up to $350 billion by 2030

Times-Picayune: Economic losses along the coasts of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama caused by rising seas, subsidence and hurricane damage could total $350 billion by 2030, if no steps are taken to counteract the effects of subsidence and global warming, according to a new report commissioned by Entergy Corp. and the America's WETLAND Foundation. View full sizeJohn McCusker, The Times-Picayune The marshlands in Bay Jimmy were inundated with oil from the BP spill earlier this year. The grass ......

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