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Find out the latest news about western water and climate change, with articles, interviews with Carpe Diem West network leaders, and press.

A Conversation with Under Secretary Sherman

All users and beneficiaries of the National Forests have a stake in the outcome of these issues. If we can resolve the issues facing the health of our watersheds, there will be huge benefits for all o...

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Beyond Acronyms: Can Alphabet Soup Cure Climate Change? - An Interview with Dr. Holly Hartmann

It's like a Road Runner cartoon; the agencies have to turn around completely while their feet are still moving in a whirr in the other direction. We've all seen the big shift. Our federal government ...

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Interview with Dian M. Grueneich

The next update to the CPUC strategic plan should put specific emphasis on the water-energy nexus. Sometimes you just have to have been there. At the Carpe Diem water, energy, and climate change lead...

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Conservation is an Asset - An Interview with Fran Spivy-Weber

The key is to have a campaign to bring parity between water and energy conservation. Sometimes you just have to have been there. At the Carpe Diem water, energy, and climate change leadership conveni...

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Protecting the Source: Back to First Principles - An Interview with Sarah Bates

We need to be more explicit about the fact that land management is water management. By their very nature, watersheds embody the multi-jurisdiction, competing-demand issues Carpe Diem Project members...

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