Phoenix's new pipeline to address water supply; Old whaling logs and climate change
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Friday, 17 December
We speak with Phoenix's water services director about a new pipeline the city is building. The $280 million drought pipeline project will keep water flowing to 400,000 residents if cuts to the Colorado River continue. And, scientists are turning to 19th-century whaling logs in New England to figure out how critical wind patterns have changed due to climate change. WBUR's Hannah Chanatry reports.