April is Earth Month and once again LMRK (a project of LEAN)is proud to partner with AVEDA in their efforts to protect and provide access to clean water. AVEDA’s Earth Month has raised millions of dollars toward clean water projects in communities around the world. Locally, LMRK is proud to have the support of AVEDA as we work to safeguard the Mighty Mississippi River and the drinking water it provides to over a million people in South Louisiana alone.
The community of Bayou Corne faces many uncertaintites as Texas Brine Co. works to investigate and secure a growing sinkhole in Assumption Parish. Residents of the area are faced with bubbling bayous, seismic tremors and no end in sight.
A collaborative response to characterizing environmental health risks and building community resilience after the Deep Water Horizon disaster in the northern Gulf of Mexico
Did you hear us on the radio? Sustainable Louisiana is LEAN's project to reach out to Louisiana citizens through short informative radio messages in an effort to build a greater awareness of issues of sustainablity and the economic benefits of a clean and healthy environment. The messages are Louisiana focused and provide practical solutions for people wanting to learn more and do more about the sustainablity of their communities. Check out the messages; get informed and get involved!
The people of Louisiana are coming together to demand their communities, health and environment be protected. Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, U.S. ARMY reitred, is mobilizing the “GreenARMY,” an alliance of environmental groups from around the state ready to effect meaningful social, political, and environmental change in Louisiana.
Before LEAN was founded in 1986, polluters ran roughshod over Louisiana's unique environment and way of life. By providing clear information about pollution and organizing groups into a statewide network, LEAN changed the balance of power. Lean stopped polluting facilities from being built and helped pass new policies protecting Louisianians' health and way of life. Now as one of Louisiana's most recognized environmental advocacy organizations, local governments and industries routinely consult LEAN at the start of applications for permits. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina and the BP Oil Spill, LEAN has coordinated emergency relief, disseminated accurate information about pollution and its impacts, and worked toward restoration of the region's habitats and cultures.
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