A just-released book describes the most dangerous project built by the US Army Corps of Engineers in regional New Orleans.
The book, Catastrophe in the Making describes how the MRGO (Mississippi River Gulf Outlet) put New Orleans and nearby St. Bernard Parish in harm's way by allowing salt water intrusion that killed protective cypress forests and buffering wetlands.
Futher, the book explains how similar, equally harmful projects are going on in many places including the California Delta and metro St. Louis.
The more exposure this book gets, the better, because it tells the true story of why New Orleans nearly drowned.
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Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Who Is REALLY To Blame For Drowning New Orleans?
The US Army Corps of Engineers, basically, as this devastating look at the devastation demonstrates: