The Ripple Effect
In his book Alex Prud’homme questions the safety, quality, and future availability of fresh water as consumption doubles every twenty years. Mr.… read more
In his book Alex Prud’homme questions the safety, quality, and future availability of fresh water as consumption doubles every twenty years. Mr. Prud’homme examines the current water infrastructure and explores the growing privatization of the resource and it’s designation as a right or a commodity. After his presentation Alex Prud’homme was joined in discussion by hydrogeologist Bob Moran. Then they responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Jeff Lee Director Rocky Mountain Land Library
Robert E. Moran Hydrologist
Alex Prud'homme Author
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