In the Media

COMMENTARY

Climate and Insurance Create a Perfect Storm of Challenges for Louisiana
Nola.com, October 12, 2022

An Expensive Climate Change Solution That’s No Solution At All
Newsweek, September 20, 2022

A New Storm is Brewing in Struggle Over Climate Change: Homeowners’ Insurance
The Hill, August 2, 2022

Earth Scientists: We’re Meeting on the Front Line of World’s Climate Challenge, in Louisiana
The Advocate, December 12, 2021

To Combat Climate Change, Tide Gauges Are Needed All Over the World
Houston Chronicle, February 5, 2020

MEDIA APPEARANCES

‘Power of the river’: New Mississippi River channel prompts Corps to take action
Nola.com, June 3, 2022

‘A long way to go’: Bayou residents still struggle to recover from Ida as next hurricane season looms
The Gambit, May 13, 2022

Seas could rise 2 feet on Louisiana coast by 2050, 4 feet by 2100, federal officials say
Nola.com, February 16, 2022

Egypt going green: Staying below 1.5 °C
Al Ahram Online, September 3, 2021

Hurricane Ida Hit An Important Oil And Gas Hub, Which Will Likely Drive Up Gas Prices
NPR, September 1, 2021

Old accident in Mississippi Delta holds lessons for saving Louisiana’s coast
Nola.com, July 7, 2021

‘The water’s coming in’: How Grand Isle residents cope as their home washes into sea
Nola.com, July 2, 2021

Marine Labs on the Water’s Edge Are Threatened by Climate Change
New York Times, January 7, 2020

Louisiana’s Disappearing Coast, by Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert
The New Yorker, March 25, 2019

Coastal Labs Studying Increased Flooding Consider Moving Because Of Increased Flooding
NPR, September 6, 2018

La Louisiane cernée par les eaux
Le Monde, August 1, 2018

After The Oil
Financial Times, April 6, 2011

Featured in the Jackson Wild Award-winning documentary ‘Last Call For The Bayou, Mud Sweat and Tears’

Rainbow over a flood gate