The West Closure Complex, part of a sprawling hurricane risk reduction system that protects greater New Orleans, in Belle Chasse, La., Jan. 30, 2018. New Orleans today is a fortress city, equipped with the best environmental protection it has ever had. Yet even the system’s creators have conceded that it may not be strong enough.
The West Closure Complex, part of a sprawling hurricane risk reduction system that protects greater New Orleans, in Belle Chasse, La., Jan. 30, 2018. New Orleans today is a fortress city, equipped with the best environmental protection it has ever had. Yet even the system’s creators have conceded that it may not be strong enough. William Widmer The New York Times
The West Closure Complex, part of a sprawling hurricane risk reduction system that protects greater New Orleans, in Belle Chasse, La., Jan. 30, 2018. New Orleans today is a fortress city, equipped with the best environmental protection it has ever had. Yet even the system’s creators have conceded that it may not be strong enough. William Widmer The New York Times

New Orleans is fortified, but as sea levels rise, is it enough?

February 25, 2018 01:07 PM