A conversation with science journalist Cynthia Barnett about the wide-ranging world of mollusks, and the shells they leave behind.
Earlier this week, President Joe Biden signed a historic $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law. First up today, Wednesday host Carousel Bayrd takes a close look at the history […]
America’s largest aquifer, the Ogallala Aquifer, is depleting. It’s a big problem, but it hasn’t gotten very much national attention. At least, until Lucas Bessire wrote Running Out, which has […]
Madison’s trademark lakes have suffered in recent years. Swimmers have largely abandoned once-popular beaches, due to thick films of poisonous turquoise slime caused by blooms of blue-green algae. The main […]
“Climate change is water change, and the sooner we recognize that, the better off we’ll be.” For today’s show, we look at the impacts of climate change on water from […]
Healthcare workers have joined Indigenous water protectors in speaking out against the expansion of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline in northern Minnesota. For today’s show, we first hear from White Earth […]