Laws of Notion
Laws of Notion
Nov 30, 2022
Water Under Pressure: Finding Balance (S2 Ep 3)
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When people learn that 91% of Colorado’s water is used for agricultural purposes, farmers are the first to blame for its overuse. But there’s a lot more baked into this figure than many realize. There are compromises that farmers are making, trying to ensure they are in the black financially while adapting to drought and a changing climate, in order to ensure we all eat. So as Colorado approaches 6 million people with most of us living in the Front Range are people aware of the sacrifices needed to keep up with the growing demand for water?

This is episode three of Water, Under Pressure, a podcast about the increasing demands on water in Colorado. And how the choices we make now could tear us apart or help us to navigate our uncertain future.

 

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The Institute for Science & Policy is a catalyst for thoughtful dialogue, working toward solutions on society’s greatest challenges with scientific thinking, empathy, and inclusivity. The Institute is a project of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The podcast was produced in partnership with House of Pod. 

Episode Credits:

Reporting, writing, hosting: Kristan Uhlenbrock

Reporting, writing, production: Cat Jaffee

Production: Ann Marie Awad 

Additional reporting and fact-checking: Nicole Delaney and Kate Long

Theme music: Alex Paul, Birds of Play

Episode composition: Jesse Boynton with tracks from Epidemic Sounds 

Sound design: Seth Samuel

Marketing: Tricia Waddell

A special thanks to Trent Knoss and George Sparks

 

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