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How Profits Motivate Change

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"If something is profitable, it will be done," says Martin Wolf of the Financial Times. We explore how profits will drive the energy transition and how and where water from the Colorado River is used.

Topics covered include:

  • How profits have led to higher energy market share for natural gas and renewal energy
  • What is hindering a faster transition to renewables
  • What is contributing to a water shortage in the southwestern U.S,. and how will it be resolved
  • Why big infrastructure projects often aren't the best solution to solve a problem
  • Why some regulation is helpful

For more information on this episode click here.

Show Notes

The market can deliver the green transition by Martin Wolf—The Financial Times

Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River by David Owen—Penguin Random House

Economics may take us to net zero all on its own by John Burn-Murdoch—The Financial Times

The Gregor Letter by Gregor Macdonald—Substack

The Inflation Reduction Act: Here's what's in it—McKinsey & Company

Management of the Colorado River: Water Allocations, Drought, and the Federal Role by Charles V. Stern and Pervaze A. Sheikh—Congressional Research Service

The Supreme Court wrestles with questions over the Navajo Nation's water rights by Becky Sullivan—NPR

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain by Christopher Flavelle—The New York Times

Can Western States Agree on the Future of the Colorado River? by Matt Vasilogambros—Pew

A matter of priorities by DeEtte Person—Know Your Water News

Average monthly water prices in the United States as of July 2022, by selected state—Statista

Election to Designate AMA for the Douglas Basin—Arizona Department of Water Resources

Arizona Is in a Race to the Bottom of Its Water Wells, With Saudi Arabia’s Help by Natalie Koch—The New York Times

Arizona gets serious about piping water from Mexico in nonbinding desalination resolution by Brandon Loomis—AZ Central

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"If something is profitable, it will be done," says Martin Wolf of the Financial Times. We explore how profits will drive the energy transition and how and where water from the Colorado River is used.

Topics covered include:

  • How profits have led to higher energy market share for natural gas and renewal energy
  • What is hindering a faster transition to renewables
  • What is contributing to a water shortage in the southwestern U.S,. and how will it be resolved
  • Why big infrastructure projects often aren't the best solution to solve a problem
  • Why some regulation is helpful

For more information on this episode click here.

Show Notes

The market can deliver the green transition by Martin Wolf—The Financial Times

Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River by David Owen—Penguin Random House

Economics may take us to net zero all on its own by John Burn-Murdoch—The Financial Times

The Gregor Letter by Gregor Macdonald—Substack

The Inflation Reduction Act: Here's what's in it—McKinsey & Company

Management of the Colorado River: Water Allocations, Drought, and the Federal Role by Charles V. Stern and Pervaze A. Sheikh—Congressional Research Service

The Supreme Court wrestles with questions over the Navajo Nation's water rights by Becky Sullivan—NPR

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain by Christopher Flavelle—The New York Times

Can Western States Agree on the Future of the Colorado River? by Matt Vasilogambros—Pew

A matter of priorities by DeEtte Person—Know Your Water News

Average monthly water prices in the United States as of July 2022, by selected state—Statista

Election to Designate AMA for the Douglas Basin—Arizona Department of Water Resources

Arizona Is in a Race to the Bottom of Its Water Wells, With Saudi Arabia’s Help by Natalie Koch—The New York Times

Arizona gets serious about piping water from Mexico in nonbinding desalination resolution by Brandon Loomis—AZ Central

Episode Sponsor

Money Pickle – Schedule a free 45-minute video chat with a vetted financial advisor and ask them anything about your financial situation. Go here to schedule your free session.

Related Episodes

399: Unintended Consequences Impact Everything

345: Investing in Water

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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