We continue our look at the Colorado River – this episode, we hear from: Stephen Q. Miller, Kathryn Sorensen, Will Hewes, Todd Brady, Kathleen Ferris, Patrick Adams, and Kathy Jacobs.
A critical source of water for roughly 40 million Americans, we look at why so much of the Colorado River’s freshwater goes toward growing water-intensive hay crops, and at what can be done to significantly scale back consumptive use in the future.
In this bonus episode for World Water Day 2023, Autumn Peltier and Jay discuss the way her life shifted as she started campaigning for clean water.
Can we really “tech” our way out of the world’s water crises? In our Season 4 finale, we’re asking the big question of the season – will water technology be enough to solve wicked water problems?
In this episode, we’re going underground, undersea and into your water and sewer pipelines with science fiction’s favorite problem-solvers…robots!
On this episode of What About Water? an entrepreneur in Austin, Texas turns his dishwasher sensor into a tech startup that’s giving water utilities a picture of their water quality in real time.
Jay sits down with the father of contaminant hydrogeology, Dr. John Cherry, to talk about the water under our feet, and how we can better monitor it.
Call the fashion police! In this special holiday edition of What About Water? we dive into the apparel industry’s dirty secret: its water use.
How can we measure water when it disappears into thin air? On this episode, we’re looking at evapotranspiration, or “ET” for short.
In our first-ever documentary “Submerged”, we hear the different ways Indigenous communities bear the brunt of mega hydroelectric projects.