In 1905, Colorado River floodwaters created one of the largest lakes in the United States: the Salton Sea. In this episode, we explore the future of energy production, how boom and bust cycles affect cities and communities, and the often overlooked environmental considerations that roil the development of green infrastructure.
Special thanks to Donna Burns Kennedy, Audrey Carleton, Michael McKibben, and Roy Durantes.
What is Beneath the Surface: An Infrastructure Podcast?
Infrastructure is—finally—having its moment. From transit systems to supply chains, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and others are evaluating whether our civic infrastructure is up to the task of supporting a growing—and warming—globe.
In each episode of Beneath the Surface, we explore some of the most complicated challenges facing our world, and talk to the people who are rolling up their sleeves to build solutions.
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