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62UKanLRev893.pdf
This Article examines the application of basic market principles to water transactions and the problems it creates. It considers how the basics of supply and demand can create inaccurate price signals resulting in water supply depletion and other…

43TexEnvtlLJ257.pdf
This paper evaluates the Day decision through the lens of past court decisions and legislation in an effort to understand why the court ruled as it did. Part II introduces Texas’s groundwater resources, current uses of that water, and present…

STMU_HomecomingCLE2013Hardberger.ppt
Water and energy are indivisibly linked and interwoven into every aspect of our culture and lifestyle; however, the relationship between water and energy is not understood and almost wholly unregulated. This can threaten the sustainability and…

41TexIntlLJ533.pdf
The importance of water is difficult to quantify, but because it is necessary for survival, it deserves recognition as a human right. Although the right to water has received considerable attention, it has not yet achieved the status of customary…

35TexTechLRev1212.pdf
Two aspects of groundwater require examination. The first issue is use and allocation. The second issue is protecting groundwater from contamination and pollution. The purpose of this comment is to demonstrate the immediate need for regional…

18YBIntlEnvtlL96.pdf
This article focuses on the governance of transboundary groundwater resources in North America. It begins by identifying and reviewing various arrangements over transboundary aquifers between Mexico and the United States , between Canada and the…

6SantaClaraJIntlL129.pdf
This paper evaluates the role of ethics in decision-making and how it could impact water resource management. Part II provides an overview of ethics, its sources, and how it can impact decisions and policy. Part III examines ethical theories that…

SWHydrologySeptOct2009at22.pdf
The most effective way to combat the predicted impacts of climate change is to limit carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, particularly from coalburning power plants which produce half the nation’s electricity. Technologies such as carbon capture and…

4NwJIntlHumRts331.pdf
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the need to establish water as a human
right and thereby raise the right to water to the status of customary international law. Water is necessary for the survival of all life, yet, over one billion of…

84UColoLRev529_Hardberger.pdf
In 2008, while Atlanta residents freely watered their lawns, several nuclear power plants in Georgia almost shut down due to drought-induced water scarcity. This absurd reality stemmed from the misunderstood and almost wholly unregulated relationship…
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