CA Water Options And Priorities in 2022

Offering valued insight are two water warriors who’ve been paying attention over the decades: former Mayor of Huntington Beach and climate activist Debbie Cook will return with Conner Everts, Executive Director of the Southern California Watershed Alliance, and facilitator of the Environmental Water Caucus. They both bring a thorough discussion of water policy in California: desalination technology, water governing entities, and the latest California water initiative; to hone our critical thinking skills before statewide sleights of hand sweep the body politic heating up toward the midterm elections this fall. Resources for following up –, or viewing the most recent meeting -

Music credits: Chimora, “African Americano,” Sounds of Africa- album; Margo Cilker, “Tehachapi.”

A Poseidon Proposition AND Science Meets Message

Joe Geever, of Residents for Responsible Desalination, provides an activist’s tutorial on all those desalination plants in place or proposed along the California Coast.  Follow their progress at: Psssst, there’s lots of moving targets.

In the second segment (min 31:54), for our consideration is UCI School of Engineering Ph.D. candidate, Kimberly Duong with the anatomy of a researcher and a spokesperson. To bend an old adage: Water issues everywhere and not a moment to squander.