Post Carbon Fellow Sandra Postel recently gave a talk on ‘Will We have Enough Water? Adapting to a Warming, Water-Stressed World’ for the Moos Family Speaker Series on Water Resources. Watch the video here, Sandra’s talk begins at 4:20.
Will We have Enough Water? Adapting to a Warming, Water-Stressed World
By Sandra Postel, originally published by University of Minnesota, College of Biological Sciences
February 18, 2013
Tags: agriculture, small-scale irrigation, Waste, Water Supplies
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