On May 22 at Loyola University, The Lens’ Bob Marshall moderated a discussion among experts about the condition of the Louisiana coast and what can be done to restore it.
Appearing on the panel:
- John Barry, author of Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How it Changed America
- David Muth, head of the National Wildlife Federation’s Louisiana Coastal Project
- Anne Rolfes, founder of Louisiana Bucket Brigade
- Kerry St. Pé, head of the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program
- Aaron Viles, deputy director at the Gulf Restoration Network
The event was co-hosted by The Lens, Loyola and WWNO. Sonya Duhé, director of Loyola’s School of Mass Communication, introduces the panel at the beginning of the video.
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