Podcasts Share Insight into Water Topics from U.S. to Saudi Arabia to Australia

April 21, 2019


The Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) “Words on Water” podcast series presents insights from leaders in the water sector. Stream online podcast episodes and download audio files on iTunes and the Android Words on Water app.

In recent episodes:

  • Mohammad Abdulatif, superintendent of the water operations division at Saudi Aramco (Dhahran, Saudi Arabia) and founder of the Saudi Arabia Water Environment Association, discusses water management in Saudi Arabia, the challenges of meeting growing water demand in an arid country, and Saudi Vision 2030.
  • Cameron Davis, vice president at GEI Consultants (Woburn, Mass.) and commissioner for the Metropolitan Water District of Greater Chicago, talks about running for an elected office, the role of a water commissioner, and the need to care for the Great Lakes.
  • Jenelle Watson, manager of treatment and resources at Melbourne Water (Australia), explains how the utility is working toward becoming net-zero by 2030 and the importance of building resilience against sea level rise.
  • Marcus Quigley, senior adviser for Opti (Boston), discusses the importance of stormwater for water quantity and quality, the role technology has in improving stormwater management, and the community benefits of stormwater management that can motivate elected officials.
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