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Oil-rig experts from Houma, Louisiana, are building the 110-foot-deep ocean platforms that will support Rhode Island’s planned offshore windmill power generators.
Louisiana beaches are not yet free of the tarry residue created by the Deepwater Horizon oil platform disaster in 2010.
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Instead of pumping the water out every time there’s a heavy rain, some New Orleans planners envision a system of occasional wetlands to soak up the extra water.
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