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May 18, 2022

In our first mini-episode of the summer season, we turn to three guests from our past seasons to explore Indigenous ways of knowing, and to look more closely at the sacred nature of water -- how various people understand it, conserve it and co-exist with it.

 

Janet Pitsiulaaq Brewster shares how climate change is...


May 16, 2022

This summer on What About Water? we bring you some of our most compelling interviews from the past three seasons. We're releasing four mini episodes spanning four different themes that continue to resonate in the world of water. 

This special summer edition of What About Water? launches May 18, with one episode...


Mar 30, 2022

On our final episode of Season 3, we hear how a 6th grade science fair project led to receiving the Order of Nova Scotia for youth environmentalist and clean water advocate, Stella Bowles. At just 11 years old, Stella learned about the 600 straight pipes flushing unprocessed sewage from homes directly into the LaHave...


Mar 16, 2022

This week on What About Water?, we look at water infrastructure – from broken water pipes across America to the redistribution of water rights in Chilé – and what role governments play in fixing the systems that distribute our water.

Newsha Ajami, Chief Development Officer for Research at the Lawrence Berkeley...


Mar 2, 2022

Coffee is one of the most widely-consumed beverages in the world. But with climate change threatening the world's two main coffee species, will that change?

Coffee scientist and researcher Dr. Aaron Davis says even with rising temperatures, and more drought -- that doesn’t have to be the case. This week on What About...