Jan 19 2016
If you’ve ever wondered how Las Vegas manages to keep the water flowing for the millions of people who live and visit there, despite being located in the middle of a desert, it’s not a matter of luck. It is thanks to long-range planning, good policy and superb leadership. In this episode of the Let There Be Water Podcast, Seth M. Siegel interviews Pat Mulroy, Senior Fellow with the Brookings Institution and Retired General Manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority. Pat shares how she’s helped make Las Vegas and the surrounding area one of the most successful water districts in America—and what the rest of us can learn from their example.