What Matters Water Podcasts
What Matters Water TV + Podcast presents engaging and timely conversations about water. We’re excited to present informative, engaging and sometimes humorous stories about the one element we all need for life…water.
Join SCWC Executive Director and series host Charley Wilson as he talks to the most interesting and innovative people working in California water today.
Water news in Southern California often gets overshadowed by other pressing issues such as homelessness, traffic congestion, and housing affordability stories. Water is just as important for life as housing, but very rarely do water issues rise to crisis levels in Southern California. That is a testament to the region’s decades of investment in water supply reliability. But this reliability also means that positive developments and potential solutions may be easily overlooked by people who are otherwise interested in regional issues. Southern California Water Coalition believes we can help bring these stories to life through our Water Matters Water TV and podcast.
The Southern California Water Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public education partnership dedicated to informing Southern Californians about our water needs and the state’s water resources. We were founded in 1984.
Tune in to the latest episode of What Matters Water TV + Podcast, where we talk to four women water leaders about their careers and advice.
Tune in to the latest episode of What Matters Water TV + Podcast, where we talk to Martha Guzman and Felicia Marcus about the environment and water issues in our state.
We talk to Senator Henry Stern and Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia about the environment and water issues in our state.
Join the panel discussion on water. Ellen Hanak, Newsha Ajami and Faith Kearns discuss water issues across California.
Tune into episode 2 as we talk to the board chair of the State Water Resources Control Board and director of California’s Dept. of Water Resources.
Tune in to hear Adel Hagekhalil, general manager of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, talk about how he is thinking differently about water.