A podcast from KUNC editor and reporter Luke Runyon
The Colorado River supports 40 million people across seven southwestern U.S. states, two Mexican states and 30 tribal nations. With climate change shrinking the river’s water supply, the region’s leaders must reduce demand in cities and on farms.
Thirst Gap: Learning to Live with Less on The Colorado River, is a six part series about how the Southwest is adapting to water shortages. Available on all major platforms and at kunc.org/thirstgap
Join host Luke Runyon for a behind-the-scenes look at the more than two years of reporting that went into the project on May 24th at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins. Tickets at LCTIX.com
Luke Runyon — Managing Editor & Reporter, Colorado River Basin