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9. Presenting: Sea Change

Right now in the US, there is a GAS BOOM. A liquified natural gas boom — or LNG. The US produces the most LNG in the world. And the epicenter of this massive expansion? It’s here on the Gulf Coast. Today, we’re sharing a special episode from Sea Change. Sea Change is back for a new season that tackles a range of issues, bringing new investigations into whether a global gas expansion based on the Gulf Coast threatens to upend the world’s climate goals and how money from the fossil fuel industry could influence university research. Sea Change unpacks the most captivating and challenging topics impacting our coasts. Like this episode, part of a special 3-part series with the Pulitzer Center’s nationwide Connected Coastlines, featuring the perspectives and experiences of individuals affected by the expansion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants in the Cameron Parish area of Louisiana. Listen to more episodes of Sea Change and follow the podcast: