Delta Dispatches – Communicating the Coast

Listen to a special episode of Delta Dispatches! Recorded live from State of the Coast 2018, host Jacques Hebert moderates a panel of expert coastal communicators that represent all facets of coastal: the state, NGOs, journalists, and filmmakers! Members of the panel include: Mark Schleifstein (The Times-Picayune), Chuck Perrodin (CPRA), Amy Wold (The Water Institute of the Gulf) and Brian Boyles (Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities). Tune in next week to hear the second half of this fascinating conversation!   …

Delta Dispatches – Live From State of the Coast 2018!

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz. On today’s very special show Jacques & Simone are broadcasting live from the State of the Coast Convention! They talk to several special guests live from the floor of the conference.   Listen Now!

Delta Dispatches – From Paris to New Orleans: Connecting on Resilience

  On today’s show Jeff Hebert, Vice President for Adaptation & Resilience with The Water Institute of the Gulf & Sébastien Maire, Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Paris, join the program to talk with Simone & Jacques about making connections to achieve resilience across cities. On the heels of the recent 10x Conference in Baton Rouge, the guests discuss living with water, environmental challenges from Paris to New Orleans to Arizona, and the importance of making connections and collaborating …

Delta Dispatches – Audubon Nature Institute and Wildlife Conservation

On today’s show John Fallon, Director of Sustainability & Coastal Conservation, Audubon Nature Institute joins the program to talk about sustainable seafood, differences between Audubon Nature Institue & Audubon Louisiana, the exciting things happening at the Audubon Zoo, The Coastal Wildlife Network, the G.U.L.F. Program and more! Corey Miller of Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana joins the program to talk with Simone & Jacques about “Restoration on the Half Shell”.   Listen Now!

Delta Dispatches – Studying the Mississippi River

On today’s show Mead Allison, Tulane & The Water Institute of the Gulf joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about what he does for The Water Institue of the Gulf (TWIG) and for Tulane's Department of River – Coastal Science and Engineering and more! He's joined by Barbara Kleiss from the US Army Corps of Engineers to talk about their joint certificate program with Tulane and more!   Listen Now!

Delta Dispatches – Unpacking the Latest Science of Coastal Louisiana

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz. On today’s show Dr. Clint Willson, Director of LSU Center for River Studies, stops by to talk about recent articles on taming the Mississippi River, the Center for River Studies and what the river may want to do. He's followed by Dr. Alex Kolker who talks about the exciting science happening at LUMCON, their open house coming up and the study about the sinking of the gulf floor.   …

Delta Dispatches – Coastal Lagniappe: A Sustainable Delta & Environmental Arts

On today’s show Natalie Peyronnin, Director of Science Policy, Mississippi River Delta Restoration stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about the Tulane University study about land loss in the Mississippi River Delta, the importance of sediment diversions being built and living on a smaller & more sustainable delta. Next up, Chris Haines, Treasurer/ Board Member of The Meraux Foundation joins the program to talk about Docville Farms & the Meraux Foundation and its importance. In the final segment, …

Delta Dispatches – The Historic Live Oaks of Louisiana

On today’s show William Guion, Photographer with Live Oak Images, joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about why the Live Oak is such an iconic representation of Louisiana, how he became interested in oak trees, how coastal land loss has affected oak trees across the state and more! Listen to the show below and subscribe to our feed in iTunes and Google Play.   Listen Now!

Delta Dispatches – Coastal Conversation with Congressman Garret Graves

On today’s Delta Dispatches, Congressman Garret Graves stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about how Rep. Graves supports Louisiana’s coastal issues through his various congressional committees. He also talks about the challenges and opportunities of the Louisiana coastal region to be a world leader in community resiliency. Scott Kirkpatrick, President of the Coast Builders Coalition, also joins the show to talk with Simone & Jacques about Coastal Day at the Louisiana legislature, The Coast Builders Coalition and project …

Delta Dispatches – The Conservation History of Tabasco

On today’s show Stacy Ortego, Outreach Coordinator, Louisiana Wildlife Federation joins the program to talk about LWF coastal work and their upcoming informational meeting on the River Reintroduction in Maurepas Swamp project on Monday, March 26th. Then Jacques and Simone are joined by Shane Bernard, Tabasco Historian, to talk about his role at Tabasco, his book that details the history of Tabasco and company's history with conservation in South Louisiana. Listen to the show below and subscribe to our feed …

Delta Dispatches – From the Chenier Plain to Cheniere Caminada

On today’s show Laurie Cormier, Police Jury’s Assistant Planner & Coastal Zone Manager for the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, joins the program to talk about her role on the CPRA board, and what’s special about the Chenier plain and more! Dr. John Doucet, Dean of the College of Sciences at Nicholls State University, stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about Acadian Genetics and the history of Cheniere Caminada. Listen to the show below and subscribe to our feed …

Delta Dispatches – Journalism Spotlight: Reporting The Drowning Coast

On this special episode of Delta Dispatches, Simone and Jacques sit down with two members of the collaborative journalism project “The Drowning Coast." First up, John Schwartz, Science Reporter for the New York Times joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about the reporting that went into this project as well as what other areas are facing environmental challenges other than Louisiana. In the second half the show, Mark Schleifstein, Environmental reporter from the Times-Picayune stops by to …

Delta Dispatches: Communicating the Environment with Dr. Bob Thomas

On today’s show Bob Thomas, Director & Professor, Loyola Center for Environmental Communication, joins the show to talk with Jacques & Simone about the Loyola Center, Loyola’s Institute on Environmental Communications program, how coastal issues bridge the gap with bipartisan support and more! Then, Rebecca Triche, Executive Director of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation, joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about the upcoming Louisiana Conservation Awards. Listen to the show below and subscribe to our feed in iTunes …

Delta Dispatches: Reviewing Our Coastal Master Plan Projects

On today’s show, Simone & Jacques are talking about the new report from Restore the Mississippi River Delta "Recommendations for Coastal Restoration Projects and Programs in Louisiana." To highlight some of the projects, they are joined by Alisha Renfro, Coastal Scientist at National Wildlife Federation and Erik Johnson, Director of The Bird Conservation at Audubon Louisiana. Below is a transcript of this week's Delta Dispatches Podcast. Subscribe to our feed in iTunes and Google Play.     Listen Now! Jacques: …

Delta Dispatches: Sitting Down with the St. Bernard Parish Coastal Division

On today’s show John Lane and Jerry Graves from the St. Bernard Parish Coastal Division join Jacques and Simone to talk about the progress on the rebuilding and coastal front, particularly since Hurricane Katrina in St. Bernard Parish, The Biloxi Marsh Oyster Reef restoration, the Chandeleur Islands & the efforts to restore these islands, their event "Cook-Off for the Coast" on November 18th and much more! Below is a transcript of this week's Delta Dispatches Podcast. Subscribe to our feed …