New Orleans, Louisiana faces ecological challenges, but also social challenges in learning to adapt to climate change and to adopt new water management techniques. The existing stormwater infrastructure isn’t cutting it, but new methods have been slow to be implemented. Robert Lloyd(@RL_Grey) discusses why, then interviews Jessica Dandridge, Executive Director of the Water Collaborative, who is one of the people helping to move the Big Easy into a more sustainable and resilient future.
Water Collaborative - https://www.nolawater.org/
Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan - https://livingwithwater.com/
City of New Orleans Resilience & Sustainability - https://nola.gov/resilience-sustainability/
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