excerpted from Reinventing Water
Recorded on July 2015

The Colorado River Water Supply

Description 

ProPublica reporter Abrahm Lustgarten discusses the issues some states are having with the Colorado River's water supply. "The seven states that share it have divided up an amount of water that they estimated runs in it, and that number is 16.5 million acre feet. [...] over the last hundred years, the river has flowed with about 14.8 million acre feet," said Lustgarten.

Speakers at this Event

Executive Manager for Policy Development, Inland Empire Utilities Agency

Reporter, ProPublica

Faculty Member, Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution for Science

CEO, Banyan Water and Chairman, Imagine H2O

Professor of Mineral Engineering and Co-director of Berkeley Water Center, UC Berkeley