Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson writes about the priority of Gulf coast wetland restoration on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
“Five years after Hurricane Katrina, this administration remains committed to ensuring the vitality of the Gulf Coast, the prosperity of its economy and the health of its residents. Our work continues today, and will carry on until the area is back on the path to prosperity. One of the valuable lessons we’ve learned is that building safe, healthy communities means rebuilding and revitalizing the wetlands that are at the heart of the Gulf Coast.”
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