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File image/x-icon Adjudications, Conventional Wisdom, and New Mexico
Keynote speech by Reed Benson
Located in Library
File Dialogue - Spring 2018
Features Kathy Grassel's Summary Report on the 24th Annual Statewide Meeting
Located in Newsletter
File Water Rights Adjudication
Draft issue paper. Comments are welcome.
Located in Library / Water Governance / Governance Study Group Issue Papers
File Aron Balok - Panel: Knowing the Problem - [22nd ASM]
Audio file only
Located in Library / 22nd Annual Statewide Meeting - Planning: How Can It Make a Difference?
File NEW MEXICO SHOULD GOVERN ITS WATER RESOURCE MORE LIKE A COMMONS AND LESS LIKE A MARKET COMMODITY
Conventional wisdom asserts that what is needed to ensure that water is allocated to its highest and best uses is for governments to “get out of the way” and allow markets to function efficiently. That approach doesn’t seem to be working well for New Mexico’s future, for reasons discussed below. How we govern our water becomes particularly critical in the context of looming disruptive impacts of climate change on our sources of supply. This essay proposes an alternative: to think of our water resource as a commons, and govern it accordingly.
Located in Library / Documents
File Water and Law
Max Yeh, panel presentation, 20th Statewide Meeting
Located in Library / Documents
Researchers Look at Water Leasing Project as Possible Option for State Water Issues
With drought becoming more and more evident in the Land of Enchantment, water users and managers in New Mexico might have some tough decisions to make in the future without any help from Mother Nature. As long term drought persists and water supplies tighten, policymakers in New Mexico might have to think creatively to find flexibility when it comes to satisfying the thirsty needs of the state.
Located in News
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