Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority
Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 20

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A state agency with authority to develop and implement programs and projects to protect Louisiana’s coastal areas. The CPRA’s mission is to create and implement a master coastal restoration and protection plan. Collaborates with various political subdivisions and federal agencies to create a sustainable coastal environment that will safeguard Louisiana’s communities and the nation’s energy infrastructure.

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Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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