20 Best Water Supply Podcasts of 2021

3 years ago

Are you wanting to learn more about water supply ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best water supply podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Water Supply Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

The Shipping Pod

  • Publisher: The Shipping Pod
  • Total Episodes: 24

Logistics. Supply Chain. News. Pop Culture. We’re the water cooler not the boardroom. Hosted by Tim Dooner

Hack the Plant

  • Publisher: Bryson Bort
  • Total Episodes: 11

Electricity. Finance. Transportation. Our water supply. In Hack the Plant, podcast host Bryson Bort looks for answers to the question: Does connecting these systems, and others, to the internet leaves us more vulnerable to attacks by our enemies? We often take these critical infrastructure systems for granted, but they’re all becoming increasingly dependent on the internet to function. Because an attack on our critical infrastructure, the degradation to the point that they can no longer support us, means that we go back to the stone age, literally overnight. Hack the Plant is a podcast of the R Street Institute, a free market think tank in Washington D.C., and ICS Village, a nonprofit that equips industry experts and policymakers with the tools to better defend our critical infrastructure. Episodes release on the last Monday of every month.

IndieBio -Designing Science

  • Publisher: IndieBio
  • Total Episodes: 22

“Designing Science” podcast with Arvind Gupta, Founder and Managing director of IndieBio. IndieBio is a leading seed-stage life science accelerator program devoted to funding and building startups dedicated to solving humanity’s most pressing problems through biology. We enable the best scientists to become entrepreneurs, and nurture the future leaders of movements and systemic change. Our technology focus is on reinventing the food and water supply chain, medicine, healthcare, diagnostics, agriculture, and biomaterial industries. To date, 94 companies have graduated from the program, with a combined current valuation of over $700M. IndieBio is a member of SOSV a $550M global fund focused on lasting impact. Follow on www.twitter.com/indbio https://m.facebook.com/indiebio/?ref=m_notif&notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic

This New Climate

  • Publisher: Acclimatise
  • Total Episodes: 7

Uncovering the inventions and innovations that are trying to tackle humankind’s greatest ever challenge: climate change. We investigate some of the toughest problems that humans face as we enter a new era of climate instability, and tell the stories of the projects and people who are grappling with them. Supported by EIT Climate-KIC, this first series explores five projects that are tackling issues related to water, agriculture, urban development, supply chains and insurance.

What About Water?

  • Publisher: Suffolk County Water Authority
  • Total Episodes: 3

“What About Water?” gives you an inside look at your public water supply in Suffolk County, New York. Where it comes from; how it’s tested for quality and safety; how it’s delivered; what are the biggest threats to your drinking water and how are they being addressed? “What About Water?” tackles all of these questions and more.

For Water For Life

  • Publisher: JoJo
  • Total Episodes: 13

The podcast about water that might just change your life. For Water For Life tells the extraordinary stories of 12 ordinary women and men who have made it their life’s work to protect, preserve and replenish the water supply in their unequal and water-scarce country, South Africa. From indigenous knowledge to cutting edge science, each episode reveals the challenges and insights of these geologists, healers, innovators, farmers, organisers and activists. Disclaimer: This podcast series is brought to you by JoJo in the interests of conversations around water. The opinions and comments made in the episodes do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints and opinions of JoJo, and we have made every attempt to ensure the reliability of information provided. Products or technologies mentioned will not be brought to market by JoJo.

How the River Flows

  • Publisher: Keeping Forests
  • Total Episodes: 5

How the River Flows explores the relationship between healthy forests and clean drinking water. You’ll hear from entrepreneurs and experts who will share their best ideas and use cases about conserving local forests while ensuring a lasting, clean supply of drinking water downstream. In every episode, we’ll bring you a new take on how landowners are financially compensated for the tremendous environmental value that their family-owned forests provide to everyone. How the River Flows is produced by Keeping Forests with Lee Schneider and supported by the US Endowment for Forestry and Communities. The Endowment works collaboratively with partners in the public and private sectors to identify innovative and transformative ways to support the health and vitality of our forests and the communities that rely on them. Music by Chuck Leavell. Producer: Red Cup Agency. Executive Producer: Judy A. Takats

Colorado Water Conservation Board

  • Publisher: Colorado Water Conservation Board
  • Total Episodes: 8

Join Colorado Water Conservation Board staff and guests as they discuss water issues in Colorado. The CWCB’s mission is to conserve, develop, protect and manage Colorado’s water supply for present and future generations. cwcb.colorado.gov


  • Publisher: Moti-Vitality
  • Total Episodes: 157

Management, Sales & Supply Solutions for the Water Treatment Industr

Wilderness of Horrors

  • Publisher: Alex “Big Al” Holbrook and Michael Pharris
  • Total Episodes: 6

Wilderness of Horrors podcast explores the realm of the unexplained. Topics covered includes: myths/legends, cryptozoology, supernatural phenomenon, ufos, conspiracies, government coverups, and many more! Is Sasquatch secretly working for the government to cover up the existence of UFO’s by fluoridating the water supply? Probably not, but we will talk about it anyway! If it goes bump in the night, streaks across the sky, or lurks in the forests, we want to know more! Join us as we enter the WILDERNESS OF HORRORS!Hosts: Big Al Holbrook and Michael Pharris

The Land that Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 10

Off the coast of Greenland, a man finds a floating thermos bottle. Wedged tightly inside is a sheaf of papers covered with minute handwriting. As he begins to read, a fantastic tale begins to unwind. The writer, on his way to a WWI battlefield was shipwrecked and his entire regiment except for a woman and his faithful dog are killed. The three are rescued by a passing British tug, but fall prey to the schemes of a German spy aboard. They are then captured by the crew of a German U-boat. After many near mishaps, they sail towards Greenland. Stranded, with fuel in short supply, they spot an island that seems washed by a warm-water current. As they sail closer, they spot a decomposing human body. Nevertheless, they decide to disembark. An amazing world greets them – filled with lush tropical vegetation, giant reptiles, exotic species and most frightening of all, a race of sub-human Neanderthals…. First published as a three-part serial in The Blue Book magazine in 1918, The Land that Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs is the first in his Caspak Trilogy. These stories are located in the fictitious island of Caprona, which is called Caspak in the native language of its inhabitants. Similar to the “lost world” novels of Arthur Conan Doyle and Jules Verne, the book would certainly appeal to modern-day Jurassic Park enthusiasts. Burroughs, best known for his Tarzan series undeservedly earned the reputation of being a “pulp-fiction writer” although his books are well-researched and explore the dimensions of their characters. For this trilogy, he researched prehistoric studies, geography, biology and human development. The book has been adapted very successfully for film and has also been released in graphic/animation form, to be enjoyed by generations of readers and viewers. A racy thriller, filled with excitement, adventure and fantasy for all ages!

Flower Garden: A Handbook of Practical Garden Lore, The by BENNETT, Ida Dandridge

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 24

This book is a good reference on the perennial flower gardening and landscaping. It contains information on growing the plants from seed and explains how to grow and care for the traditional garden flowering plants, bulbs, trees, and shrubs. There are sections covering all aspects of ornamental gardens including water gardens and caring for house plants in the winter. The author has lots of unexpected but good advice in her chapter of Don’ts, for example: “ Don’t supply with cut flowers, plants and the like, people who spend more money for unnecessary luxuries than you do for your whole garden, and then tell you how foolish you are to spend so much time and money, and work so hard for your flowers.” As this shows, the author is at times as colorful as the flowers in this informative book (Summary by A.L. Gramour)

Peak Planet

  • Publisher: IVM Podcasts
  • Total Episodes: 4

In Peak Planet, host Karthik Ganesan deliberates on perilous everyday sustainability issues – taps running dry, toxic air, unreliable power supply, traffic snarls, and extreme climatic changes – that affect each Indian. He dissects the complexities through evidence-backed information. In the first season, Karthik deep dives into air pollution. Peak Planet is presented by The Council on Energy, Environment and Water, one of South Asia’s leading not-for-profit policy research institutions.

Planet Water!

  • Publisher: David Noble
  • Total Episodes: 6

Through years of research and working at the cutting edge of water purification for homes, businesses and public distribution for people on the go, Blue Water has learned that water as pure as nature intended cannot be taken for granted anywhere on our planet. This podcast explores the magic of water and its importance to all life around the world.All of us have a right to clean water, yet today pure water has become a commodity because it’s in ever shorter supply, increasingly polluted and poisoned with pesticides, herbicides, fertilisers, oil, industrial chemicals and single use plastics. We aim to report on the efforts by individuals, organisations and purpose driven companies to tackle the pollution and water scarcity that endangers our very existence. Listen to conversations with industry experts as well as leading change makers from the science, sports and local community worlds and discover the latest innovations, insights and trends making an impact on our water world.Welcome to Planet Water; a podcast by Blue Water exploring the cutting edge of how water impacts every stage of how we live our lives from our physical and mental health to overall well-being. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Liv in a Yellow Submarine

  • Publisher: Liv Snelson
  • Total Episodes: 4

Join Liv every episode as she invites various guests to join her in the yellow submarine. Liv will find out their choice of submarine supply that they simply couldn’t live without, their fave submarine songs and (of course) their go to snacks! Remember, what’s said underwater stays underwater… Liv will be including confessions sent into her from various listeners as they anonymously own up to embarrassing deeds (above water as well as under!) To share your confession please send them over to: [email protected]. This upbeat podcast provides easy listening and the opportunity for listeners to join in with the fun and games of the yellow submarine!

Smoke and Water

  • Publisher: Justin Roberts
  • Total Episodes: 31

Character and integrity seem to be in short supply today. Let’s change that, and smoke some cigars while we are at it. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smokeandwater/support

The Business Process Guru

  • Publisher: Jim Stanley FCIM
  • Total Episodes: 2

Tech only works when humans communicate. NEXUM is about building profitable, sustainable relationships. Who are the Business Process Guru’s? – We are a group of people within the business community that over a period of time (decades) have accumulated a long history (decades) of getting things wrong then perfecting ways of consistently getting things right (Eventually)! Business Process Guru’s come from either the mother company, NEXUM Software, or are existing customers, supplier’s, associates or acquaintances of NEXUM. What are these Podcasts about? NEXUM Software design, build and supply technology to help organisations improve cash flow, reduce financial risk and bad debt through the adoption of ‘best practice’ business processes. We have built up a diverse range of clients ranging from law firms, manufacturing, distribution, retail, utilities and education. Shell Energy, South East Water, Herbert Smith Freehills, Heineken, Peugeot Citroen, Travis Perkins, London School of Economics are amongst those adopting NEXUM to help them better manage financial risks.

Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 6

“The most valuable of all capital is that invested in human beings.” An uncannily prophetic quote from an 1890 book, Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall presents an idea that has been accepted by major corporations and governments all over the world today. People’s understanding of market behavior and how industries operate has its roots in the work done by European economists more than a century ago. Little has changed in terms of principles, though the effects of globalization and technology resulted an unmistakable impact on how business is done today. Alfred Marshall was a thought leader. He presented path breaking concepts like the principle of diminishing returns: the assumption that companies or products who taste early success in markets soon fall prey to their own limitations, thus leading to a quantifiable and predictable equilibrium of market share and pricing. He was a prize winning mathematician at Cambridge and a brilliant physics student. However a nervous breakdown while at college compelled him to shift to the study of philosophy where he was deeply attracted by the concepts of Utilitarianism as propounded by Henry Sidgwick, a famous teacher and founder of Newnham College. Marshall went on to describe Sidgwick as his “spiritual mother and father.” One of Sidgwick’s guiding principles was that no person should act so as to destroy his own happiness, a form of “ethical hedonism.” Marshall began writing Principles of Economics in 1881, part of a two volume treatise. However, it took him nearly ten years to complete the first volume and when it came out, it received so much acclaim that he ultimately abandoned the idea of a second volume. He spent the next twenty years trying to work on the second one, but was compelled to add to/update/revise newer and newer editions of the earlier book which left him little time for anything else. Principles of Economics went on to become a standard treatise on the subject and a leading textbook for generations of students. Divided into six major “Books”, it deals with fundamentals like wealth, income, capital, wants and deferred satisfaction, agents of production like land, agriculture, industry, health of working populations, industrial organization, demand, supply and value and the distribution of income. Modern economists owe a huge debt to Marshall, since he was the first to link price and curve shifts, describe the concept of “elasticity of demand.” Principles of Economics is a watershed in economic thought and has influenced the thinking and work of generations of economists like Pigou and Keynes who were his students, Milton Friedman and many others.

Urban Prepping’s Podcast

  • Publisher: Urban Prepping
  • Total Episodes: 6

This is a podcast dedicated to living a more self sustaining and prepared lifestyle in the urban context. This is episode one so I cover a bit about me and what that podcast is going to cover in the future. I also talk about water storage and resupply.

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 1

An exciting, compelling, and eerie ballad, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner focuses on the uncanny experiences of a sailor who has returned from a long sea voyage that has left him with a heavy burden to bear. Furthermore, the poem explores numerous themes including retribution, suffering, salvation, torment, nature, spirituality, and supernaturalism. The poem opens with the appearance of its mysterious protagonist, a skinny old man with a curious glittering eye, as he stops a young man who is on his way to attend a wedding. Although the young man demands to be left alone so that he can proceed to the wedding ceremony along with his two companions, he is nevertheless compelled to sit down and listen to the mysterious man’s tale. Accordingly, the Mariner begins his woeful tale, recounting the beginning of his journey as he boards and sets sail from a ship in his homeland. Later he goes on to describe the fine weather and the positive atmosphere prevalent among the crew. Things, however, take a startling turn when the ship suddenly encounters a terrible storm and guides them into icy waters, from which they are unable to escape due to its impenetrable ice. Fortunately, an Albatross appears and saves them from their unfortunate circumstance, only to be later whimsically shot by the Mariner. The death of the bird is regarded as a bad omen, as the winds die down and the sun mercilessly glows, bringing the sailors to the brink of dehydration. Consequently, the Mariner must overcome his actions and live with the repercussions, regardless of their severity. Interestingly, Coleridge exemplifies his magnificent talent of storytelling, as he encourages his audience to not only observe his story, but also become avid listeners of the old Mariner, as they too are compelled to take a seat beside the wedding guest as he recounts his mesmerizing tale. The piece is additionally fortified by Coleridge’s generous supply of personification, repetition, and powerful imagery, which in turn helps set the mood, builds suspense, and evokes various emotions. A truly gripping poem incapable of losing its allure no matter how many times the journey of the Mariner is revisited, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner remains a timeless piece owing its potency to Coleridge’s masterfully employed techniques.

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