AZ Humanites: State of Water – Looking Toward an Uncertain Future

Does Arizona have enough water? How concerned should we be about the state’s dwindling water supply?

In this 60-minute session, we’ll discuss where our water comes from, what’s threatening those supplies, and what you and the wider state can do to prepare for a hotter, drier future. Water policy is complex, but the goal is to break down the basics into understandable bites – and perhaps dispel a few myths along the way.

This program is hosted by Arizona Humanities and is part of the Climate Conversations Series.

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This is a virtual program.  A link to join will be sent to registrants.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Joanna Allhands is digital opinions editor for The Arizona Republic, responsible for AZCentral’s online opinions content. She also writes opinions about water, education, and COVID-19 policy. Allhands has been with The Arizona Republic since 2004.

  • Audience: Teen, Adult
  • Genre: Sustainability & Earth Sciences
  • Type: Online, Presentation

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Date

Dec 09 2021
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Time

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

Free

More Info

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Location

Online

Organizer

AZ Humanities
Phone
(602) 257-0335
Email
info@azhumanities.org
Website
https://azhumanities.org/
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