Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corp. announced today the receipt of several major dredging awards totaling $112.8 million.
As Ala. 193 approaches the end of the mainland on its way to Dauphin Island, the road transits a low, narrow causeway vulnerable to storm surges. A new project will add a breakwater and acres of march to its east
Like people, communities sometimes play the “What if?” game, wishing they could get a second shot at some life-changing decisions. They seldom get that chance.
We have a new idea of what Royal Caribbean's new cruise terminal in Galveston will look like once completed.
Despite the strong conservation value of these events -- not just in public education but in the tens of thousands of hatched turtles released to the ocean -- the national seashore's Sea Turtle Science and Recovery Program itself is endangered.
Legislation heading to the Texas Senate could change the way the public beaches are managed.
The Louisiana Senate approved a bill Wednesday that supporters said ensures money collected for violations of coastal permits is dedicated to coastal restoration.
Conservation groups moved Thursday to intervene in a lawsuit defending the Biden administration’s decision to pause new federal oil and gas leasing while it reviews the government leasing program.
Winter weather the week of Feb. 14, 2021 led to fish kill events on the entire Texas coast.
The City of South Padre Island is working in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), the Texas General Land Office, and Cameron County to renourish the beaches on South Padre Island.
Connecting the busiest port in the United States to the Gulf of Mexico, the Houston Ship Channel is one of the country’s most important waterways.
The Matagorda Bay Foundation and Lavaca Bay Foundation are calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reassess environmental impacts of plans to widen and deepen the Matagorda Ship Channel.
County commissioner urges revisions to federal aid formula
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced $31 million in funding to advance restoration work and improve water quality in the Gulf Coast states impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The funds will support three priority programs and related project work approved by the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration (RESTORE) Council as part of a multi-year process of collaborative planning and public engagement throughout the Gulf.
Texas can get up to $79 million in BP oil spill restoration money, Mississippi nearly $69 million, and Florida almost $74 million for ecosystem recovery projects and programs approved or extended this week.
The GAO found that BSEE rarely conducts or requires any underwater pipeline inspections.
Santa Rosa County Commissioners took the first step Thursday in what likely will be a decade-long, multimillion dollar process to build a new Navarre Beach Bridge, connecting the barrier island to the mainland and replacing the current bridge that has been declared "functionally obsolete."
In 2020, three hurricanes – Hanna, Laura and Sally – left many along the Texas Coast holding their breath.
Louisiana, and of course New Orleans, will be ground zero over the next few years in the battle against climate change.
Mississippi is finalizing its plans for allocating $21 million in federal relief for fishing industries harmed by the 2019 opening of a Mississippi River spillway in Louisiana.
Natural crevasses carved by the Mississippi River in the flood of 1973 — as well as man-made cuts added in 2006 — now carry heavy sediment to the marshes near historic Fort St. Philip along Plaquemines Parish's east bank.
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan could include funding for the "Ike Dike," which would shield Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast from storms.
In the 1970s, the EPA allowed chemical companies to dump toxic waste into the deep sea. Now, oil giants are drilling right on top of it.
Coastal restoration initiative threatens fishing, dolphins, economies, cultures, foes say