Vital Barrier Islands Are Becoming Increasingly Vulnerable
And it puts our coastlines at more risk from storms like Hurricanes Michael and Florence.
Can the Gulf Coast's Oil Industry Withstand the Economic Implications of Climate Change?
The devastation Harvey and other storms left behind illuminates just how defenseless oil and gas infrastructure is in the face of hurricanes that are growing in magnitude and frequency.
Tropical Storm Cindy Could Become America's Latest Flooding Nightmare
The Gulf Coast is preparing for the sort of rainstorm that is supposed to come only once in a lifetime.