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"After Water" wrap up

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"After Water" wrap up

For the past two weeks our After Water series has been running on our airwaves. If you’ve heard any of the stories, you know that we haven’t gone about this in the way that we usually do with our reporting. We have looked at the science and policy implications of what the future of our region holds when we think about water. But we’ve also paired fiction writers with scientists. The result has been a series of stories we’ve been playing on the Afternoon Shift. Today, as we wrap it all up - we’re going to speaking to a few of the authors. But we want to open it up to you, too. This is your chance - all of you listening - to share your thoughts on what you think our region will look like 100 years from now. What will matter more? Will it be how water changes not just our politics, but literally our political boundaries, like Tim Akimoff wrote about? Will it be a dystopian future of a toxic lake and a divided city, like Nedi Okafour envisioned? Akimoff and Okafour join us to discuss. Photo Credit: 614Columbus

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