Where the Water Goes: The Next 100 Years of the Colorado River

 

We know we’re using this river to extinction.

Jennifer Pitt Colorado River Program Director, Audubon
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Where the Water Goes: The Next 100 Years of the Colorado River

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The Colorado River Compact is 100 years old, and its guidelines for water use across the American West are about to expire. Facing drought, increased population, and disagreements on how to share the water, what policies and technologies could get a new agreement across the finish line? John Entsminger, Nevada’s lead negotiator for the Compact; Bidtah Becker, attorney with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority; and lifelong expert on river ecosystems Jennifer Pitt shed light on the range of stakeholders, both human and animal, whose needs are up for debate.

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