Death of the delta: Louisiana communities on the brink

Al Jazeera met with people clinging to their livelihoods in a changing landscape in the southern US.

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    In parts of the United States, land is being lost at the rate of a football field every hour.

    Ten years ago, Al Jazeera's Nick Clark visited southern Louisiana, where he saw the destruction caused by oil extraction and rising sea levels.

    He returns to find communities now living on the brink.


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