PhD students researching urban water systems discuss, explain, debate, and review the news and technology surrounding humans and our most vital resource. We'll be producing a monthly podcast to give our take on all things water-related in an accessible, fun way.
Episode 503: One Hundred Fifty Things an Environmental Engineer Should Know
One hundred fifty facts, figures, experiences, and emotions that will enhance the lives, vocations, and perspectives of environmental engineers.
Special Episode Redux - Black Lives and Black Water
Originally aired in 2017. Addressing the largest failure of US infrastructure in the last decade: the Flint water crisis. I consider the intersection of racial and environmental justice. This is a special episode produced independently by Joe Charbonnet.
Episode 502: The Engineer And The Writer - Water Bill
This show has always been about science for non-engineers, so we got one on the show! About the only contact Joe's literary-minded sister has with water systems is her monthly bill, so we dive in and discover the surprising (and yes, compelling) stories behind each line item.
WYTA Presents: The Watercourse
We feature a new podcast from one of the makers of Water You Talking About: "The Watercourse." You can find The Watercourse at https://soundcloud.com/watercoursepodcast and where ever you get your podcasts.
Episode 3-The Number 1890
Agriculture is by far one of the largest users of water because, well, it takes a lot of water to grow food! And as the population grows larger and larger, we can expect our food and water consumption to also increase. And this may seem obvious, but it has huge impacts on food and water security. So the question we asked is, should we stop consuming water intensive food to save water? Click play to find out!
Episode 2 - The Water Energy Nexus
There’s a hidden cost to flipping a switch or a dripping tap. In this episode we investigate how and why water and energy are so closely intertwined.