Howard Decker and Christopher Hoyt discuss the role of water as a resource and how its becoming an increasingly precious commodity in this pilot podcast for a series titled “A Town Square: Conversations About Where We Live.”
Howard, an architect, founded Chicago’s DLK Architects and went on to serve as Chief Curator at the National Building Museum. Today he lives in Rochester, New York where he’s actively involved with protecting Rochester’s built and natural environment.
This podcast was produced by David Miller, Instructor of Media Production at George Mason University.
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