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Diaries of a Climate Nomad — Louisiana

Exploring the inconvenient places people would rather forget…

Derelict house in Coushatta, LA — One of many burnt-out structures scattered around the area. Photo by author.

“What’s that smell?”

Our second day in Louisiana and I was already having flashbacks. We’d traveled to New Orleans years ago in the wake of Mardi Gras. Though the quiet streets were recovering from the raucous celebration, I enjoyed the city’s artsy vibe and the Creole…




Good people don’t pollute the environment. And they inspire others to do the same.

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