Nov 1, 2022
The Colorado River is one of the most important rivers in the United States. It has been in the news a lot lately because of the drought and how it’s affecting people and businesses that count on it for drinking water.
This episode features an important panel discussion on the collaborative approach to Colorado River management being taken by California water, tribal and community leaders.
Guests on this episode are Michael
Cohen, Senior Associate, Pacific Institute; Adel Hagekhalil,
General Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern
California; Chris Harris, Executive Director, Colorado River
Board of California;
Sandy Kerl, General Manager, San Diego County Water Authority; Henry Martinez, General Manager, Imperial Irrigation District; David Palumbo, Deputy Commissioner – Operations, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; and Thomas Tortez, Jr., Tribal Chairman, Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians.
On this special episode of What Matters Water TV + Podcast, our expert panel will talk about what is causing the crisis, how it’s affecting our state and others, and most importantly, what can be done to prevent it from getting worse. So please join us as we explore this important issue.
View the slides that Chris Harris uses to introduce the issues at this link: https://socalwater.org/wp-content/uploads/Chris-Harris-SCWC-Intro-Slides_DRAFT_10062022.pdf
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