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Episode #123 — 03 April 2018 Plunging into Virtual Water

with Jenny Kehl

Jenny Kehl, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Water Policy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , discusses virtual water and all it entails. Jenny describes what virtual water is and why it’s important. She also offers some thoughts on how the concept of virtual water will impact issues from water rates to water conflict in the future.

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