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LNG Summit of the Americas — Day 2 Recap

The wrap-up of the LNG Summit of the Americas was on Nov. 3rd 2022. There were several themes that solidified over the conference — namely concerns and discussion about the war in the Ukraine, as well as how the LNG industry can keep promoting itself as a “clean” fuel.

LNG Summit Sees Boat Parade Protest

The morning of the LNG Conference/Trade Show/Cheerleading Event was kicked off with four keynote speakers.

US Senator Bill Cassidy (R) reminded us that he’s a medical doctor, and he spelled out his theory of how LNG exports are a golden ticket for economy and environment.

Meet Inclusive Louisiana: Honoring the history of St James Parish, fighting for its future

Recently I attended a beautiful All Saints Day ceremony on the East Bank of St James Parish, hosted by the local grassroots organization Inclusive Louisiana. We were gathered to honor the life and contributions of Zilia “Mama Dutt” Johnson, a midwife who served the community of Romeville for decades and helped countless mothers deliver children …

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Eubanks Creek Algae Bloom LeFleurs Bluff S.P. behind ballfields credit: PRK

Jackson Eubanks Creek Sewage Spill: Nutrient Pollution Implications for Pearl River “One Lake” Project

A September algae bloom on Eubanks Creek in Jackson, sparked by a sewage spill, shows what is happening on the Pearl River’s urban tributaries. The implications for the Rankin Hinds Drainage District’s One Lake plan are that nutrients from the urban creeks are easily captured in a wide, slow flowing lake section made by dredging and further damming the Pearl River. If Jackson’s sewage issues are not addressed, the lake can grow the same kind of harmful algae blooms as Eubanks Creek.