Changing Planet Town Hall at Arizona State University

As the world's population hits seven million, freshwater resources are even more threatened by the effects of climate change.  At the third "Changing Planet" Town Hall, held at Arizona State University, NBC News Chief Environmental Correspondent Anne Thompson interviews a panel of experts on how we can develop better, more sustainable water practices. Featured are Bill Richardson, Former Governor of New Mexico, Grady Gammage, Jr., Senior Sustainability Scholar at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Heidi Cullen, correspondent for Climate Central and Pat Mulroy, General Manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority. This "Changing Planet" Town Hall was produced in partnership with NBC Learn.

Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn

Runtime: 41:47

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