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Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority chairman Chip Kline, left, and other state officials discuss revenue sharing options that would benefit coastal restoration and hurricane flood risk reduction in Louisiana with House Majority Leader Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, on Wednesday in a U.S. Capitol conference room. Photo courtesy of the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority

LA - Louisiana coastal projects are funded by an unlikely source. What happens when the money runs out?

State in search of revenue to replace BP spill money

Frenchman Bay looking toward Mount Desert Island, not far from where American Aquafarms had proposed growing millions of pounds of salmon in netted pens. Photo by Kate cough.

ME - An update to the aquaculture projects in five Maine communities

Despite optimistic pronouncements months ago from company officials, several of the projects have often been slowed by local opposition.

Monica Madrigal finds her way to the ocean through a thick raft of Sargassum seaweed that washed up on the seashore by the 71st Street area in Miami Beach in 2020. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

FL - Massive smelly algae bloom nearing Florida will impact health of residents, ocean

Florida residents may have trouble breathing after inhaling hydrogen sulfide