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30 Episodes


Last month's Sea Change Podcast listeners will recognize David Riera as a familiar voice and inspiring advocate. David joined Jenna during her February episode and the two had so much to... more

On this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Heather and Jon sit down with two of the co-chairs of ASBPA’s 2022 Coastal Summit, Susan Brodeur and Brandon Hill. Susan is... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham turn their attention to the dynamic Louisiana coast and the struggle to protect the City of New Orleans from Mississippi River... more

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th, this month’s episode of The Ocean Decade Show features five amazing women from all over the world who are leading during... more

The inaugural episode of Engineering where the Tide Flows: The Texas COPRI Podcast takes a dive into who COPRI is and some of the people that are creating and executing... more

On this month’s episode, Howard and Dan discuss provisions in the newly introduced SHORRE Act and other pending WRDA legislation that elevate coastal protection to a primary mission of the... more

On this episode, Jacques speaks with Kate Tannian, Visitor Services Manager, for Pontchartrain Conservancy about the history and program offerings of the conservancy’s New Canal Lighthouse. From a newly-named EPA... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with Masha Kalinina, Senior Officer, International Conservation Unit at the Pew Charitable Trusts. Masha leads Pew’s Convention on Biological Diversity... more

Preserving the Great Lakes for future generations has been in the hearts and minds of locals who initiated grassroots movements that literally changed the landscape around the region!  In the... more

In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet explores Blue Economy Workforce Development. This show dovetails nicely with our January episode on Blue... more

On today's show, we talk with Bill Cooksey, the Sportsmen Outreach Coordinator with Vanishing Paradise. This is a conservation program for sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts. Bill brings his unique history... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Darron Patterson, the president of the Clotilda Descendants Association. Darron, himself a descendant of one the survivors of the... more

On this episode of Shorewords! join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Marina Psaros about The Atlas of Disappearing Places: Our Coasts and Oceans in the Climate Crisis, co-authored with... more

When CEO Rustom Jehangir put out a call on Craigslist, Elisa Miller answered. It’s easy to see how her energy, creative thinking and ability to step out of her comfort... more

This episode, Felicia Olmeta Schult talks with Carina Fish, a marine biogeochemist and PhD Candidate at UC Davis, and a current NOAA Sea Grant John A. Knauss Fellow. Learn more... more

Earlier this month, Louisiana’s Climate Task Force approved the state’s first ever Climate Action Plan, a science-based plan consisting of 28 strategies and 84 actions to “limit the severity of... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Zach Plopper, new Surfrider Foundation Environmental Director. Zach joins the Surfrider Foundation with more than 13 years of experience... more

This Friday Happy Hour, Tyler Buckingham and Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet (ret) raise their glasses in celebration and remembrance of the mighty USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63). Commissioned in 1961, the Kitty... more

This episode of the Sea Change Podcast is going to leave you wanting more! So much so that Jenna and her guest, David Riera, are planning on convening for a... more

On this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Heather and Marissa sit down with the current Executive Director of ASBPA, Mr. Tony Pratt. Mr. Pratt has decades of experience in... more

Glass Half Full is a nonprofit organization based in New Orleans working to remove glass waste from landfills by recycling it into sand and other materials. To date, they have... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham check in with Gary Glick, President of Friends of the RGV Reef, a coastal-citizen-led 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building and restoring... more

In this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show, Taylor has her first repeat guest - Alison Clausen from the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)! Almost a year to the day... more

Join host Arica Sears and her guest Christine Young, a sustainability practitioner in the Caribbean for a robust conversation about sustainable tourism. Follow along as Christine describes her experience and... more

On the February Episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard & Dan discuss the historic investment in federal coastal projects and the newly funded Corps projects in the Infrastructure bill. In... more

On today’s episode, Jacques and Simone interview author Mary Ann Sternberg who has written a number of books, articles, essays and more about Louisiana’s unique places and people. Mary Ann... more

On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Beth Gibbons, Executive Director of the American Society of Adaptation Professionals, back to the show to talk about the state... more

North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes presents "Songs of the Great Lakes" with musician and storyteller Lee Murdock.  Broadly acknowledged as the premier interpreter of songs and tales... more

The fields of science and management are continually evolving, through improvements in research design, new discoveries, and changes in the environment and our knowledge of it. One contributor to these... more

In this episode, Adriana Muñoz-Soto, undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus, explains how a mechanical design research project allowed her to combine her... more

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