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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.

Colorado River: Governing like a River Basin - An Interview with Bill Rinne

Sometimes, it might look on the surface like people are completely deadlocked over a set of issues, but when you sit people down together and discuss specific interests it turns out the sides are not ...

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Colorado River: Governing like a River Basin - An Interview with Bob Johnson

My experience is that the Bureau will respond if stakeholders or the general public express a desire to make input. A lot of us have been thinking ahead to what will happen after the Bureau of Reclam...

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Running the Climate Rapids - An Interview with David Behar

We talked with David Behar of the San Francisco PUC and the Water Utilities Climate Alliance about decision-making challenges facing western water managers, with his perspective from a municipal utili...

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Running the Climate Rapids - An Interview with Kristen Averyt

What I see is that climate change isn’t the only problem – water managers are also dealing with a host of other factors. Population growth. Changing demand regimes. It’s not so much that climate...

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Perspectives on New Watershed Program - An Interview with Karl Morgenstern

A big focus of Carpe Diem West’s Healthy Headwaters Project is on how federal funding can be re-directed to protect and restore the key watersheds in the West that provide clean water to cities down...

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