16 Oct 2013

Oklahoma! Water! Talks! Next! Week!

I'll be there next week, giving a a keynote at the Governor's Water Conference (Midwest City) and then a few seminars at Oklahoma State University.

The theme of my talks will be "the end of abundance" -- and what to do about it -- and the organizers have given me some ideas on local issues (disputes with local tribes, Texas, Arkansas as well as instate management of ground and surface water for cities and farming) to cover, but I'd love to get your ideas.

I'd also be pleased to mete up with you if you happen to be in the area.

So, email me or comment here!

2 comments:

Robpublican said...

I've lived in Omaha for the past 8 years but I graduated from OSU and worked in Midwest City from '99 until '06. I have two suggestions for dinner. In Midwest City, Korean House. In Stillwater, Hideaway Pizza.

Walmart Ramen said...

I live in Oklahoma, In 2011 we had a 5.6 earthquake "The Oklahoma Geological Survey reported that a minor earthquake swarm which occurred in January 2011 could possibly have been due to hydraulic fracturing" ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Oklahoma_earthquake ) Oklahoma is bad on water! There has been many issues everywhere!
partially treated sewage gets dumped all over. It's getting better, but still happens!
( http://digital.library.okstate.edu/oas/oas_htm_files/v58/p138_143nf.html )

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