How New Orleans’ infrastructure held up to Hurricane Ida

Sep 3, 2021

Today, climate-focused infrastructure projects in the US tend to be narrowly defined and managed by one or two agencies. State and local agencies plan them that way because that’s how the federal government pays for them, explains Hugh Roberts, senior vice president at the Water Institute of the Gulf, and previously an advisor on many cities’ climate resilience efforts. Cities and states may have comprehensive climate action plans, but much of the work is done a piece at a time. Read the full article here.