Media Coverage

Read recent media coverage featuring Water in the West and comments from our researchers.

February 14, 2017  | The New York Times

Op-Ed by Senior Woods Fellow, Noah Diffenbaugh on the Oroville Dam crisis and what is says about our water infrastructure in a changing climate.

February 05, 2017  | The Mercury News

Director of Urban Water Policy, Newsha Ajami, discusses using brackish desalination plants in California.

January 30, 2017  | Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Agency

Our report authored by Esther Conrad, Janet Martinez, Tara Moran, Marcelle Dupraw, David Ceppos, William Blomquist (from Stanford's Water in the West, the Martin Daniel Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, and Center for Collaborative Policy at California State University Sacramento) was featured in a press release from the Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Agency.

January 24, 2017  | Civil Eats

Director of Urban Water Policy, Newsha Ajami is quoted in the discussion of California's battle over water allocation.

January 18, 2017  | Water Online

Water in the West research on grounwater recharge quoted as part of an article discussing how best to store recent rainwater in California. 

December 20, 2016  | Imperial Valley News

Water in the West Executive Director, Leon Szeptycki, appointed to the Klamath River Renewal Corporation Board of Directors.

December 14, 2016  | Water Deeply

Postdoctoral fellow Esther Conrad discusses how the current status of implementing California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).

December 07, 2016  | Northern California Record

Senior Fellow at Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Barton H. "Buzz" Thompson, discusses Native American tribes' rights to groundwater in the Auga Caliente tribe's case in Palm Springs

December 01, 2016  | Bay Area Monitor

Director of Urban Water Policy Newsha Ajami is quoted discussing benefits of green infrastructure for water issues.

November 29, 2016  | Water Deeply

Senior Fellow at Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Barton H. "Buzz" Thompson, explains how a federal court could soon resolve century-old uncertainties about Native American tribes' rights to groundwater in the Auga Caliente tribe's case in Palm Springs.

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