Why the Big Drop in California’s Colorado River Water Use? Lori Pottinger March 2 2020 California's use of Colorado River water is at its lowest level in decades. We talked to John Fleck of University of New Mexico about this trend.
Video: A Path Forward for California’s Freshwater Ecosystems Lori Pottinger December 9 2019 California’s current approach for managing freshwater ecosystems is not working. An expert panel discussed an alternative path.
Video: Preparing California’s Water System for Climate Extremes Lori Pottinger November 7 2019 Climate change brings multiple pressures to the state’s water management. Panels of experts discussed ways to prepare for greater climate volatility.
Managing Urban Water During Dry Times: The California Example Ellen Hanak, David Mitchell October 7 2019 Lessons learned from efforts to increase drought resilience in California’s urban areas.
The Russian River: Managing at the Watershed Level Gokce Sencan September 10 2019 Water managers across the state face new and more extreme conditions as the climate warms. We talked to Grant Davis of Sonoma Water about his agency’s comprehensive approach to these challenges.