As Drought Pervades, can Markets Make us Water-Wiser?
from High Country News
California has been taking strong measures to deal with extreme drought, and on April 9, California Gov. Jerry Brown took his new water policies a step further. After ordering cities to cut their water use between 10 and 15 percent, he approved new regulations to limit the flow of water in toilets, urinals and faucets. But some economists think that there are more efficient and effective ways to mitigate drought, so they're starting to dust off the idea of water markets.
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