2 Apr 2015

Speed blogging

  1. UNESCO-IHE (NL), The University for Peace (CR) and Oregon State U (US) have a new Master's programme in Water Cooperation and Peace

  2. Lund and Moyle point out that it's better to sell environmental water in drought (assuming the ecosystem can handle it) than (not)allocate in a political mechanism that can shift quickly away from environmental flows. Prices improve transparency

  3. This 2003 paper ("Cost benefit analysis and flood damage mitigation in the Netherlands" [pdf]) provides a nice overview to Dutch thinking. It also clarifies the importance of public benefits, unlike the equivalent US Army Corps of Engineer CBA manual

  4. The first auction of Ohio River Basin pollution-load credits is happening on April 16

  5. Academic writing:

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