While the moratorium is set to expire, Entergy New Orleans (ENO) announced on Friday, October 28 that it raised quarterly dividend payments to shareholders by 6%. The City cannot abide any more loss of life due to Entergy’s greed and negligence - justice demands it.
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But supporters also hope to cut electricity bills throughout the year and to transform community groups like churches into disaster responders.
Several New Orleans state legislators joined a group of environmental leaders on Thursday to warn that global warming is increasing the threat to the state’s coastal communities from sea level rise and hurricane storm surge.
“By 2050, if we don’t do anything to stop it, the city of New Orleans will be surrounded by the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico,” said Walt Leger III, speaker pro tempore of the state House of Representatives.