If a major hurricane struck the Houston Ship Channel, the chemical soup left behind would cast a pall over southeast Texas for decades to come, Rice faculty scholar Jim Blackburn told Texas Monthly. “You could say goodbye to economic development, to entire communities, and to one of the most prolific estuaries in the United States."
Kenneth B. Medlock III , Rachel A. Meidl
Sep 21 2021 | Center for Energy Studies
Gary J. Hale
Sep 21 2021 | Center for the U.S. and Mexico