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"Water Ways: Dutch Lessons for a Changing Coast"

Uptown Campus
Richardson Memorial Hall
Room 201

UPDATE: Tonight’s event “Water Ways: Dutch Lessons for a Changing Coast” is being postponed to a later date. Please check back for updates.

Wednesday, March 11, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., with a short reception to follow.

Description: WWNO and The Times Picayune / The New Orleans Advocate sent reporters to the Netherlands to explore new best practices around water management and climate change adaptation. During this panel, local experts and officials will discuss what is and isn’t being done in New Orleans to prepare for increased rain and bigger storms in years to come. The reporting project is part of the Pulitzer Center's nationwide Connected Coastlines initiative. This community event is supported by the Tulane School of Architecture.

Free and open to the public. 


  • Host - Iñaki Alday, Dean of Tulane School of Architecture
  • Panel Moderator – Tegan Wendland, WWNO Coastal Reporter
  • Tyler Antrup, Director of Planning and Strategy for the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board 
  • Jessica Dandridge, Executive Director of The Water Collaborative
  • Angela Chalk, Executive Director of Healthy Community Services
  • Robert Collins, PhD, Professor of Urban Studies and Public Policy at Dillard University
School of Architecture

For more information on this event, please visit https://architecture.tulane.edu/calendar/water-ways-dutch-lessons-changing-coast