Chris Corbin 02/24/2011
An enviropreneur uses water rights markets to keep water instream
David Figura 03/03/2009
Doug Barclay vividly remembers a fall day in the early 1980s when he said upwards of 3,000 people were on his New York property along the lower Salmon River
James Huffman 03/01/2009
Public access to rivers, lakes, and streams seems like a good idea in the abstract. Why not allow access to anyone who wants to enjoy the recreational opportunities associated with water?
Reed Watson 03/01/2009
Protecting private property rights is critical to protecting environmental resources because private landowners respond to incentives.
Bruce Yandle 09/12/2008
In the late 1990s, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) began encouraging the use of market forces to improve water quality in rivers, streams, and coastal waters.
Richard Rue, Brandon Scarborough 06/01/2007
Water marketing for environmental flows gains momentum
Jane Shaw, Laura Ziemer 06/01/2007
Experience with water leasing reaps success stories for TU