15 Aug 2013

Speed blogging

  1. The news from Australia [pdf]: "Volume/price evidence suggests that water markets are changing; improved storage and allocation levels have lowered permanent water prices while the transition towards greater reliance on temporary water has made temporary markets more active"

  2. Very cool: Crowdsourcing the price of water in France

  3. Interesting profile of charity:water, fundraising and psychology

  4. A Vanouver property developer is spending $5 million to raise the foundations of a new project, to cope with rising sea levels. We're headed for 4.6m in the next 100 years (+2C) and perhaps 7 m in total. How high are you? Speaking of adaptation, how about crops that love salt?

  5. I'm not sure if this is any good, but the EPA's 2012 Strategy on Climate Change addresses: protecting water infrastructure; coastal and ocean waters; watersheds; and, water quality.
H/Ts to DL and LV

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