Calling out scientists for not helping water-troubled communities

Our guests this week haven't always seen eye to eye when looking at a river delta that acts as a breeding ground for massive numbers of wildlife and waterfowl.


Gary Carriere lives in a community that relies on the Saskatchewan River Delta for its culture and livelihood. Graham Strickert, Assistant Professor in the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan, studies it.


Host Jay Famiglietti navigates the waters with these two men as they explain how they came to see eye to eye. They also get into why this delta is troubled, and how they are melding science with real-world solutions for a Canadian Indigenous community.


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