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The Water Values Podcast

The Water Values Podcast series is presented in collaboration with Bluefield Research. This podcast series explores water issues from a variety of perspectives with the goal of uncovering the true value of water. Each episode will delve into one aspect of water, such as water utilities, water treatment, water resources, water reuse, and more.

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What Are the Important Issues in Water Finance? with Debra Coy Episode #19 — 08 July 2014

Wall Street veteran Debra Coy joins us on The Water Values Podcast to talk about a number of issues concerning water finance. She brings a wealth of experience as a water analyst and as a water consultant to our discussion about financing water...... »

Coping with Massive Growth and Record Drought in Texas with Phil Wilson Episode #18 — 01 July 2014

The Water Values Podcast welcomes Phil Wilson, the General Manager and CEO of the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) in Texas, onto the show. Phil also is a former Texas Secretary of State and former Executive Director of the Texas Department of..... »

Water Tech: Clear Comfort Advances Pool Water Treatment with Steve Berens Episode #17 — 24 June 2014

Steve Berens, CEO of Clear Comfort Water, LLC, joins The Water Values Podcast to discuss water tech and his company’s innovative water treatment solution. Clear Comfort is the world-wide licensee for pools and spas of a patented technology used for... »

How Can We Resolve Water Conflicts? with Professor Neil Grigg, River Master of the Pecos River Episode #16 — 17 June 2014

Professor Neil Grigg of Colorado State University and the River Master of the Pecos River joins The Water Values Podcast this week. Neil has been involved with water for over 50 years and bestows just a fraction of his knowledge and experience on us.... »

Where Does Our Lack of Water Infrastructure Investment Lead? with Marshall Davert Episode #15 — 10 June 2014

Marshall Davert, the President of Government & Infrastructure for the Americas and Asia/Pacific for MWH Global joins The Water Values Podcast this week. Marshall identifies key water infrastructure issues and provides his insights into the...... »

Mainstreaming AI and Machine Learning with Jonathan Grant Episode #149 — 04 June 2014

Emagin’s Chief Strategy Officer, Jonathan Grant, explains how Emagin is helping to mainstream AI and machine learning. Jonathan identifies and answers the most common questions he gets on AI and also dispels misconceptions about AI. He also provide... »

Four Ways We Need to Think Differently about Water with Steve Maxwell Episode #14 — 03 June 2014

Steve Maxwell of TechKNOWLEDGEy Strategic Group joins The Water Values Podcast this week to discuss the four ways we need to think differently about water. Steve shares a wealth of knowledge and experience in the water industry, and you’ll be sure.... »

How We’re Overcoming Challenges in the Great Lakes with Tim Eder Episode #13 — 27 May 2014

Tim Eder, the Executive Director of the Great Lakes Commission, joins The Water Values Podcast this week. Tim passionately describes the issues affecting the Great Lakes, including pollution, invasive species, and habitat degradation and provides a..... »

BLM and Water in the High Desert Episode #12 — 20 May 2014

The Water Values Podcast welcomes Lisa Bryant and Jeremy Jarnecke from the Bureau of Land Management. Lisa is the Assistant Field Manager in BLM’s Moab Office, and Jeremy is the State Hyrdologist for Utah BLM. Lisa and Jeremy explain a lot about ho... »

What Works in Water Education? with Nicole Seltzer Episode #11 — 13 May 2014

The Water Values Podcast welcomes Nicole Seltzer for Session 11. Nicole is the Executive Director of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education (CFWE). She delves into great detail about water education issues. And she does so in an entertaining way... »


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06 Apr 2021 • The Water Values
Start Up to Publicly Traded & the State of Water Technology with Xylem’s Christine Boyle

07 Apr 2021 With $1.6 trillion forecasted for total expenditures by end of decade, water utility operations face significant disruption

05 Apr 2021 With $1.6 Trillion Forecasted for Total Expenditures by End of Decade, Water Utility Operations Face Significant Disruption