This is the executive in-depth 30 minute tour of NAWAPA XXI, produced for water specialists, farmers, policy makers, and others who will be able to put their weight behind this life-like vision of the future.
Michael Kirsch, principle author of NAWAPA XXI, sits down with Paul Gallagher of EIR to discuss the details of how to fund such a project as NAWAPA XXI, and the urgent need to implement Glass-Steagall as its first step
Drawing heavily from our special report, "NAWAPA XXI: Water & Agriculture" goes through the amount water that will be transferred to the Southwestern U.S. and its impact on agriculture. Go to the NAWAPA XXI homepage for more details. Click here for the animated overview.
A fundamental shift has occurred internationally which could very well mean death to the British Empire, and the LaRouche movement internationally has been at the center of it.
In this episode of Biospheric Engineering, we interview EIR's Agriculture Economist Marcia Merry Baker on the dismal state of food production and shortages across the world. Also discussed are the emergency as well as long-term measures necessary to guarantee global food security.
A detailed overview of a western extension of NAWAPA XXI, which will manage and replenish water supplies from the Columbia river in Washington state, down through to southern California.
A closing discussion of why NAWAPA is not an option, but an immediate necessity.