In this episode of What Matters Water TV + Podcast, we tackle the pressing issue of equity, access, and affordability in Southern California’s drinking water. Hosted by Charley Wilson, we’re joined by three remarkable guests who are at the forefront of this conversation. Martin Ludlow, a champion of water justice and founder of Groundswell for Water, Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren, a city leader advocating for underserved communities, and Anatole Falagan, a seasoned utilities expert and assistant general manager at Long Beach Utilities, share their insights and expertise.
Together, we explore the challenges and solutions in ensuring equitable access to clean drinking water. From engaging communities to navigating governance, we delve into the complexities of this vital issue. Join us on this journey to make California’s “Human Right to Water” a reality, and discover how we can work towards a future with equitable, accessible, and affordable water for all in Southern California.
Whether you’re a seasoned water advocate or new to the discussion, our podcast provides a platform to navigate the depths of water equity, inclusion, and affordability. Dive in and join the conversation for positive change!