With a master plan and the money, can a state unite to restore its protective wetlands?

ClimateWire: For decades, Louisiana schoolchildren have learned about the football field of land that washes away from their coast each hour. But tight state budgets and conflicts between powerful interests meant the problem usually seemed too monumental to solve. Now, for the first time in history, Louisiana may have a significant pot of money for coastal restoration. The state has established a unified agency that could balance clashing priorities among environmentalists, residents, fishermen and energy......

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