Elizabeth A. Koebele

associate professor of political science, University of Nevada, Reno

Elizabeth A. Koebele on KCRW

After nearly a year of debate, California and neighboring states have agreed on a temporary plan to avert disaster on the Colorado River. Will it be enough?

California strikes deal to conserve water from Colorado River

After nearly a year of debate, California and neighboring states have agreed on a temporary plan to avert disaster on the Colorado River. Will it be enough?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With states unable to agree on a plan to address water challenges facing the Colorado River, the federal government has laid out plans to save the river.

Feds demand Colorado River cuts with new proposal

With states unable to agree on a plan to address water challenges facing the Colorado River, the federal government has laid out plans to save the river.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For months, seven states that rely on the Colorado River have been debating how to reduce their water use — because the river is nearing critically-low levels.

CA and 6 other western states fight over dwindling water supply from CO River

For months, seven states that rely on the Colorado River have been debating how to reduce their water use — because the river is nearing critically-low levels.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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