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A resident of Laplace, Louisiana, wades through floodwaters after Hurricane Ida made landfall on August 29, 2021, as a Category 4 storm southwest of New Orleans. Water has always shaped life in Louisiana, where people are preparing for intensifying storms and demanding the next generation of climate resilient, green infrastructure. SCOTT OLSON / GETTY IMAGES

LA - After Hurricane Ida, Louisianians Offer Bold Visions for Climate Resilience

Recovery from Hurricane Ida is still underway in southeast Louisiana, where the climate crisis hangs a question mark over the future. People in Louisiana are already preparing for rising seas and intensifying storms, offering models for the rest of us. So, will New Orleans be under water someday? Mike Ludwig speaks to Jessica Dandridge, Executive Director of the Greater New Orleans Water Collaborative, to find out.

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If Hurricane Katrina taught the nation a lesson about infrastructure, then Hurricane Ida hammered home the reality of climate change. (Sean Rayford / Getty)

LA - When the Place You Live Becomes Unlivable

After Hurricane Ida, New Orleanians are weighing the emotional, cultural, and financial costs of leaving the place they call home.