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.

Louisiana’s Vanishing Coastline

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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