Climate change
1:30 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

Environmental law expert says climate change era demands we adapt or die

One of the resources most directly impacted by climate change is water.

It's an issue Robin Kundis Craig knows a lot about.

Clark Fork River in Missoula
Credit Sally Mauk

Craig teaches law at the University of Utah, and is an expert on the Clean Water Act and environmental law. She is in Missoula to speak at the law school about climate change. In this feature interview, Craig talks with News Director Sally Mauk about why she says climate change is a different kind of water quality problem.

Sally Mauk talks with environmental law expert Robin Kundis Craig about the impact of climate change, especially on water resources

"We don't know what our water dependability is going to be in the future. We don't know what the 'new normal' is going to look like."