22 Oct 2013

Speed blogging

  1. The poor suffer when New Dehli's tanker mafia fills in for the failure of public utilities

  2. Water trades in Australia's Murray Darling are slowing down because dams are too full to buffer water movements. Spot prices are rising because there's no opportunity to buy water from cheaper, surplus areas

  3. A great post on water stress in the US. Southern California is most at risk. I hope lawns are worth it

  4. This speech [pdf] discusses water pricing -- and water institutions -- in New Mexico. I asked some contacts for more DATA on prices, but all I got were names for brokers and lawyers. The Southwest does not have water markets -- it has occasional, inefficient trades -- and that's the way the brokers like it

  5. The Daily Show interviews people in GA and TN regarding state lines and water claims. Funny, but pathetic
H/Ts to ZD, DL, RM, CR and TS