News

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

Listening to the River: Managing from the River's Perspective - An interview with Bill Gaffi

If we fail to look at the watershed through a more complex lens - a lens that understands all the varied dimensions of the river, not just the water quality issue or the flow issues ... the prospects ...

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Listening to the River: Living Proof of Nature's Resilience - An interview with Karen Knudsen

Here in western Montana, the economic and non-economic values of a healthy watershed are one and the same... it's all about water and the values that are fundamental to our health, productivity, and q...

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Western Water Security in a Changing Climate: Communicating success through stories - An interview with Scott Miller

Around the American West water is scarce, and getting scarcer, as climate change hits home. In response, many innovative communities are developing cutting-edge water solutions to help ensure safe, cl...

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Western Water Security in a Changing Climate: Storytelling is in our DNA - An interview with John Fleck

We need the stories - to help us grasp the problems but more importantly to visualize the fact that there are solutions out there. Around the American West water is scarce, and getting scarcer, as cl...

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Wildfire in the Watershed: Roadmap to a healthy watershed - An interview with Dale Lyons

Whether hitting the slopes in winter or hitting the trails in summer, Dale Lyons is all about enjoying everything the mountains have to offer. But as water resource coordinator for the city of Santa F...

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