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View from the blog-o-sphereResistance is futile: Inevitable changes to water management in California

By Jay Lund and Ellen Hanak – California WaterBlog – January 7, 2014
Water policy in California has always been about making and resisting change. The gold mining period, the growth of agriculture and cities, and today’s environmental priorities all led to fundamental changes in water and land management, law and regulation. These changes were driven by environmental degradation and the evolution of California’s economic structure and societal priorities. Change has rarely happened quickly, and it has usually been controversial (Hundley 2001; Pisani 1983; Hanak et al. 2011). For full blog post,
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