State of emergency declared for Louisiana’s coastal land

A state of emergency has been declared for one of the US' key coastlines. The move comes after years of dramatic land loss and salt intrusion in Pointe-au-Chien, Louisiana, which has endangered Native Americans’ way of life.

    A state of emergency has been declared for one of the US’ key coastlines.

    The move comes after years of dramatic land loss and salt intrusion in Pointe-au-Chien, Louisiana, which has endangered Native Americans’ way of life.

    Al Jazeera’s Andy Gallacher reports from Pointe-au-Chien.


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