Can we engineer our way out of the drought?

August 19, 2015
Panelists Celeste Cantú, Eric Hoek, Madelyn Glickfeld and R. Rhodes Trussell discussed the new technologies that have been developed to help Californians cope with a long-term drought. Orange County Register reporter Margot Roosevelt, right, moderated the discussion Tuesday at Grand Central Market.
Panelists Celeste Cantú, Eric Hoek, Madelyn Glickfeld and R. Rhodes Trussell discussed the new technologies that have been developed to help Californians cope with a long-term drought. Orange County Register reporter Margot Roosevelt, right, moderated the discussion Tuesday at Grand Central Market.
Aaron Salcido/Zócalo

Eric Hoek (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) and Madelyn Glickfeld (Institute of the Environment and Sustainability) served as panelists on the UCLA-Zócalo “Thinking L.A.” panel, discussing whether engineering solutions can carry California through its drought.

Source: Technology can quench California’s thirst Zócalo Public Square, 19 Aug 2015

Additional coverage:

Can we engineer our way out of the drought? UCLA Newsroom, 19 Aug 2015