Bob Marshall

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for The Lens, a non-profit news site based in New Orleans; together with ProPublica he launched “Losing Ground,” an interactive project showing how Louisiana’s coastline has disappeared over the last 80 years

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Scientists are calling it the biggest economic and environmental catastrophe facing the US, yet few Americans are even aware of it.

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