The Alliance for Affordable Energy's weekly discussion on energy matters in Louisiana. We talk tech, policy, politics, economics, and the fair transition to clean and affordable energy. Giving you the information you need to use your power.
Host Logan Burke talks to freelance writer and photographer, Michael Isaac Stein, about journalism, truth, and New Orleans disaster recovery, and ongoing issues.
About Michael Isaac Stein
Michael Isaac Stein covers New Orleans' cultural economy and local government for The Lens. Before joining the staff, he freelanced for The Lens as well as The Intercept, CityLab, The New Republic, and Pacific Standard. He was recently awarded a fellowship from the Heinrich Boll Foundation, which he used to report on water scarcity, division, and colonialism in Cyprus.
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Some of Michael's Recent Stories:
Entergy leverages charitable giving to avoid City Council fine -November 30, 2018
Council votes for potential $5 million fine on Entergy, some councilmembers open to revoting on power plant -October 31, 2018
Company at center of Entergy paid actor scandal is implicated in alleged extortion scheme in new federal lawsuit -September 25, 2018
Actors were paid to support Entergy’s power plant at New Orleans City Council meetings -May 4, 2018
Tabasco Sauce Is in a Battle For Its Very Survival -April 25, 2018
NEW ORLEANS SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM GIVES POWERFUL TOOLS TO A POLICE DEPARTMENT WITH A HISTORY OF RACISM AND ABUSE -March 6, 2018
JUST HOW MANY AMERICANS ARE AT RISK FOR A 100-YEAR FLOOD? -March 8, 2018
The Uneven Gains of Energy Efficiency -February 13, 2018
Air Date: August 28, 2018