Interviews

Western water leaders speak firsthand about the latest issues and happenings.

The Forest-to-Faucet Partnership; Re-thinking Headwaters Protection - An interview with Rick Cables, Ron Lehr, Tom Gougeon and Jim Lochhead

In recent years, climate change impacts on the high-elevation watersheds that supply the West's drinking water have become increasingly obvious - longer and more devastating wildfire seasons, reduced ...

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Fitting the Pieces Together: Bond Financing, Natural Infrastructure, and Climate Change - An Interview with David LaFrance

If you are going to use bonding as a tool to help enable investment in a watershed across multiple jurisdictions and entities, you need to have a 'partnership of purpose' among those jurisdictions and...

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Fitting the Pieces Together: Bond Financing, Natural Infrastructure, and Climate Change - An Interview with Sharlene Leurig

Ultimately, our goal is to see that America builds the most sustainable infrastructure it can build. The truth is that for decades we have been underinvesting in our infrastructure, and we are long ov...

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Playing to Win: Talking Long Term Solutions for the Colorado River - An Interview with Doug Kenney

We need to remember that, one way or another, demand on the river will be brought down to the level of supply. The only question is, will we be proactive enough to choose the pathway that imposes the ...

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Playing to Win - Talking Long Term Solutions for the Colorado River - An Interview with Taylor Hawes and John Entsminger

Our task is to change the way we manage the River in a time of changing climate, to meet the needs of both people and nature. That's a hard task, and it's worth taking the time to do it right. As we ...

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