excerpted from Reinventing Water
Recorded on July 2015

How Fresh Water is Changing with the Climate

Description 

Anna Michalak, faculty member for the department of Global Ecology at the Carnegie Institution for Science, discusses where fresh water is on planet Earth and how it is changing with climate change. "Even though the total amount of water on earth is of course huge and it doesn't really increase or decrease, the amount of water that we can actually use year-to-year is a very small fraction of a very small fraction of that," said Michalak.

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