A Master Plan For Louisiana’s Climate Initiative

Alexander S. Kolker, PhD How should Louisiana's Climate Initiative project changes in the state's greenhouse gas emissions over the next 30 years? How should it evaluate the ways various actions and strategies impact Louisiana's emissions in a world that is itself complex and uncertain? This seems challenging- a complex problem, filled with unknowns. A tool … Continue reading A Master Plan For Louisiana’s Climate Initiative

Louisiana’s Large Facilities: A Deeper Dive Into Their Greenhouse Gas Emission

Alexander S. Kolker, PhD What else do we know about Louisiana's greenhouse gases, where they come from, and how they are changing over time? Recently, this blog pointed out that many of the state's largest greenhouse gas emitters come from just a few areas- a corridor along the Mississippi River, the Lake Charles region, and … Continue reading Louisiana’s Large Facilities: A Deeper Dive Into Their Greenhouse Gas Emission

Greenhouse Gas Emissions In Louisiana: Large Facilities And The Mississippi River

Alexander S. Kolker, PhD. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium This year, many people in Louisiana are examining records of greenhouse gas emissions across the state. This examination is fueled in part by a state-led effort to develop a plan to reduce greenhouse gases emissions to net zero by 2050. It also dove-tails with long standing efforts … Continue reading Greenhouse Gas Emissions In Louisiana: Large Facilities And The Mississippi River