Julie Dermansky is a multimedia reporter and artist based in New Orleans. She is an affiliate scholar at Rutgers University’s Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights. Visit her website at www.jsdart.com.
Pro-industry NIMBYs leading the fight question the company’s claims of being “clean.”
Industry talking points like "net zero” and “bridge fuel” are not reflected in the expanding industrial landscape or in areas devastated by extreme weather.
Multimedia climate reporter Julie Dermansky reflects on the past year’s ever-present examples of gaslighting and the climate crisis.
Leaders in the state’s environmental justice movement see signs their pressure is bringing accountability for both government and polluters.
As affected residents weigh whether to leave the region, climate scientists stress that the latest extreme weather event, intensified by global warming, was not an anomaly.
Think twice before partnering with the government, leaders of the Jean Charles Choctaw Nation warn other coastal communities facing resettlement due to climate change.
The congressional stop in Louisiana over the Juneteenth weekend will inform an ambitious environmental justice bill a long time in the making.
Federal agencies evade questions about potential bias in the handling of New Fortress Energy’s application for a floating LNG facility off the Louisiana coast.
Louisiana regulator extends comment period for permit application for another LNG export project on the Gulf Coast after contentious public hearing, but does little to inform the public of the extension.
Tornado victims weigh the risks of rebuilding in an area previously devastated by Hurricane Katrina, as the fossil fuel industry expands on the Gulf Coast despite climate scientists’ warnings.