In this Web extra, host Tara Gatewood asks Dr. Rina Swentzell of Santa Clara Pueblo, Juan Estevan Arellano of Embudo, N.M., and Lyle Balenquah of Hopi to define what is a watershed in the context of their communities.
In this Web extra, host Tara Gatewood asks Water Crisis in the West panelists Juan Estevan Arellano, Dr. Rina Swentzell of Santa Clara Pueblo and Lyle Balenquah of Hopi about the most important issues regarding water and their communities.
NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick continues her conversation with Sandra McCardell, founder of Current-C Energy Systems, about the strategy of looking to much older building traditions to find energy efficiency solutions.
Water Crisis in the West, Author TaraShea Nesbit, Tesla Motors factory, the Waste Isolation Pilot Plantadmin March 17, 2014
This week, NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS looks at a new monthly series, Water Crisis in the West: Thinking Like a Watershed, that kicked off in February and will run through June at the KiMo Theater in downtown Albuquerque. NMIF talks with the series organizer, Jack Loeffler, aural historian and author of Thinking Like a Watershed,… Continue Reading »
NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick continues her conversation with Jack Loeffler, who coordinated the series of panels “Water Crisis in the West: Thinking Like a Watershed,” at the KiMo Theater, and John Nichols about water in the West. They talk about whether it’s realistic to try to limit growth and if people can adapt to less… Continue Reading »