16 November 2011

TEoA on Wisconsin Public Radio

I had a fantastic interview/Q&A with Ben Merens last week on WPR.*
At Issue with Ben Merens: In a past of abundance, we had clean water to meet our demands for showers, pools, farms and rivers. Over time, our demand has grown, and scarcity has replaced abundance. After five, join Ben Merens and his guest as they discuss the impact of scarcity on our many water uses.
I recommend it for the questions (on fracking, water quality, small-scale desalination, human rights, etc.) from people calling in.

The 60 minute MP3/stream is posted here.
* Thanks to Eric Crawford of Bright Blue Alliance (your contact for jobs in the water sector) for setting this up!

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