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Water, water everywhere (Water 37.1)

Intro: (22s-3m03s dur: 3m03s)

Editorial Overview with Nicola Ross: (3m03s - 16m47s dur:13m45s)

Wade Davis on the imminent threat from resource exploitation in the Sacred Headwaters of Northern B.C. (16m51s - 54m45s dur: 37m54s)

A visit to Steam Whistle Brewery to understand how they are saving 5 million litres of water each year making their premium pilsner. (54m45s -1h17m56s dur: 23m16s)

An enigmatic black and white photo from the 50s prompted Jamie Linton to explore our disappearing public waterfronts and fountains. (1h18m17s - 1h42m28s dur 24m11s)

Robert Gibson on "BullS^%t", the academic version. (1h42m28s - 1h49m12s dur: 6m34s) 


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