Laws of Notion Listeners! More on our state's water issues with our friends at City Cast Denver.
Ever since Denver Water was founded in 1918, the agency has demonstrated enviable foresight, building out a massive infrastructure across 4,000 square miles to ensure Denver’s population (and economy) can continue to grow. But now that reservoirs and rivers are drying up across the West, is it time for Denver to share the wealth? Colorado’s top water reporter, Luke Runyon of KUNC, joins producer Paul Karolyi, City Cast Denver, to explain where Denver fits into the recent conflict over the Colorado River and offer an outsider’s perspective on Denver Water’s ambitious growth. This episode originally aired on August 29, 2022.
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