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  1. Of Power, Predators And Innocent Mistakes: The Complex Problems Of Sexual Harassment : NPR

    Writer Cathy Young says the outcry against sexual harassment may be going too far — that punishments don’t fit the alleged crimes. Podcaster Kaitlin Prest says people still don’t understand consent.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/11/05/562182050/power-consent-and-sexual-harassment-in-the-public-eye

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  2. How Russia Used Facebook To Organize 2 Sets Of Protesters : NPR

    Facebook, Google and Twitter appeared in a Capitol Hill marathon before Senate and House Intelligence Committees.

    The public got a clearer view of how Russia operated online to interfere in 2016.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/11/01/561427876/how-russia-used-facebook-to-organize-two-sets-of-protesters

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  3. Top NPR News Executive Mike Oreskes Resigns Amid Allegations Of Sexual Harassment : NPR

    NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with NPR CEO Jarl Mohn about how NPR has handled allegations of sexual harassment against NPR’s Senior Vice President for News Michael Oreskes, who resigned Wednesday.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/11/01/561427869/top-npr-new-executive-mike-oreskes-resigns-amid-allegations-of-sexual-harassment

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  4. The Financial Toll of Flooding—Part 2

    Coastal counties are home to 39 percent of the nation’s population and are at risk for floods and hurricanes, the fastest-growing and costliest disaster threats in the U.S. In Part 2 of “The Financial Toll of Flooding,” learn more about what happens after flooding occurs, as Pew’s Fred Baldassaro travels to Norfolk, Virginia, to speak with Skip Stiles, founder and executive director of Wetlands Watch. Listen as they tour neighborhoods in the flood plain and discuss sea level rise, the recovery process, and how this coastal city is building resilience against future flooding through innovative solutions. To listen to the first episode, visit “The Financial Toll of Flooding—Part 1."

    http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/multimedia/audio/2017/the-financial-toll-of-flooding-part-2

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  5. The Financial Toll of Flooding—Part 1

    It’s hurricane season—and extreme weather events are on the rise. Along with the catastrophic losses that families face after the flood is the economic burden on taxpayers through the National Flood Insurance Program. It’s the financial lifeline for those who carry flood insurance and an essential funding source for both disaster preparation and recovery efforts. However, the program is also $25 billion in debt, and more than a quarter of that total is from properties that flood repeatedly. It’s a growing issue affecting more than just coastal cities. Host Dan LeDuc discusses the flood that devastated Nashville, Tennessee, in 2010 with Roger Lindsey, chairman of the Tennessee Association of Floodplain Management and program manager for Nashville’s Metro Water Services, and Laura Lightbody, who directs Pew’s flood-prepared communities work.

    http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/multimedia/audio/2017/the-financial-toll-of-flooding-part-1

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  6. Delta Dispatches – October 19th, 2017 : WGSO990AM

    Delta Dispatches – October 19th, 2017

    October 19, 2017 |

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    Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz.

    On today’s show filmmakers from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities https://www.leh.org/ joins the program.

    http://wgso.com/podcastvault/delta/dispatch101917.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Category: Delta Dispatches, Podcasts

    http://wgso.com/podcast/delta-dispatches-october-19th-2017/

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  7. Delta Dispatches – October 12th, 2017 : WGSO990AM

    Delta Dispatches – October 12th, 2017

    October 12, 2017 |

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    Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz.

    On today’s show Brian Boyles, Christopher Robert and John Richie from The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities  https://www.leh.org/ join the program to talk with Simone & Jacques about their Water/Ways films premiering next week and their other exciting projects that are coming up.

    Join us Wednesday October 18th from 8:30 – 9:30 pm at The New Orleans Advocate at 840 St. Charles Ave for the world premiere of 4 short films about communities facing land loss along Louisiana’s imperiled coast.

     

    http://wgso.com/podcastvault/delta/dispatch101217.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Category: Delta Dispatches, Podcasts

    http://wgso.com/podcast/delta-dispatches-october-12th-2017/

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  8. Delta Dispatches – October 5th, 2017 : WGSO990AM

    Delta Dispatches – October 5th, 2017

    October 5, 2017 |

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    Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Simone Maloz & Jacques Hebert.

    On today’s show ShannonCunniff, Director of Coastal Resilience, Environment Defense Fund http://coastalresilience.org/ joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about what an EIB is, how it saves money and what she hopes this project will do.

    Megan Terrell, Legal Advisor for Coastal Activities, Governor’s Office of Coastal Activities stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about EIB and financing of coastal restoration projects. http://www.adaptationclearinghouse.org/organizations/louisiana-governors-office-of-coastal-activities.html

     

    http://wgso.com/podcastvault/delta/dispatch100517.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Category: Delta Dispatches, Podcasts

    http://wgso.com/podcast/delta-dispatches-october-5th-2017/

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  9. Delta Dispatches – Sept 28th, 2017 : WGSO990AM

    Delta Dispatches – Sept 28th, 2017

    September 28, 2017 |

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    Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Simone Maloz & Jacques Hebert.

    On today’s show Chris Macaluso, Director of the Center for Marine Fisheries, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership http://www.trcp.org/ joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about what they do and what special projects they are currently working on.

    Erik Johnson, Director of The Bird Conservation at Audubon Louisiana http://la.audubon.org/ stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about what birds can be found along Louisiana’s coast, Audubon’s Plants for Birds Program and more!

     

    http://wgso.com/podcastvault/delta/dispatch092817.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Category: Delta Dispatches, Podcasts

    http://wgso.com/podcast/delta-dispatches-sept-28th-2017/

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  10. Delta Dispatches – Sept 21st, 2017 : WGSO990AM

    Delta Dispatches – Sept 21st, 2017

    September 21, 2017 |

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    Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Simone Maloz & Jacques Hebert.

    On today’s show Dr. Theryn Henkel of  the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation http://saveourlake.org/ joins the program to talk with Simone & Jacques about what initiatives the LPBF has going on and plantings.

    Dr. Deb Abibou of the CRCL https://www.crcl.org/ joins the show to talk with Jacques & Simone about what the CRCL does, estuaries, LPBF Coastal Crew and how people can get involved.

    http://wgso.com/podcastvault/delta/dispatch092117.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Category: Delta Dispatches, Podcasts

    http://wgso.com/podcast/delta-dispatches-sept-21st-2017/

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