Everything changed for Revan Pragustiawan one morning when a World Bank-backed company pulled up in heavy vehicles and order everyone to leave. The family and everyone else in their hamlet fled while their homes were flattened by bulldozers. What is the World Bank doing?
Louisiana's swamps are shelters for the cities during floods, and home to incredible biodiversity. But they're also targets for the energy industry, farmers and ranchers and all manner of businesses that would put them to new uses.