Audrey Evans Interview

Audrey Evans is well known for her work as a Community Outreach Coordinator for the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic, during the 1990s. She provided numerous communities and leaders in Louisiana with technical and legal assistance, and traveled extensively in support of their efforts, on issues ranging from industrial toxics and agricultural chemicals to historic preservation and coastal erosion. Since then, she has worked with LSU and UNO on housing issues, and has been an independent residential energy efficiency consultant based in New Orleans, helping to develop the home performance industry, most recently through education for air-conditioning contractors. Audio interview with Audrey Evans for Women Pioneers of the Louisiana Environmental Movement by Peggy Frankland, conducted by Jennifer A. Cramer, Director of the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History. Copyright: Louisiana State University Special Collections.