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Indiana: Water

ELR State Update Item

The Balancing Act: A Comment on "A Federal Act to Promote Integrated Water Management: Is the CZMA a Useful Model?"

ELR Article

In A Federal Act to Promote Integrated Water Management: Is the CZMA a Useful Model?, Prof. Barton Thompson addresses the significant challenge of substantive and geographic fragmentation in water management. He...

A Comment on "A Federal Act to Promote Integrated Water Management: Is the CZMA a Useful Model?"

ELR Article

Fragmentation, calcified in the media-specific nature of federal and state statutes, in the silo-by-silo regulatory approach of environmental and natural resource agencies, and in the arbitrary jurisdictional fiefs that begin in the...

A Federal Act to Promote Integrated Water Management: Is the CZMA a Useful Model?

ELR Article

Fragmentation poses a major challenge to effective water management in the United States. The CZMA provides a potential model for national legislation promoting more-integrated water management by the states. The federal government has...

Is Water a Natural Resource in International Watercourses?

ELR Article

Resource managers, economists, and legal scholars consider water a natural resource. The fundamental tensions raised by the concept of international water management are legal, such as sharing water in international watercourses,...

77 FR 76034

ELR Federal Agency Update

Water, Climate Change, and the Law: Integrated Eastern States Water Management Founded on a New Cooperative Federalism

ELR Article

More robust planning and management is needed to confront new patterns of water use and increasingly extreme and less predictable climate-induced variations in water availability. Issues such as water allocation law, gaps in the array...

India Update - Vol. 3, Issue 2

ELR India Update

This issue features articles on the sand mining, water management, and recent legal developments.

Florida: Governance

ELR State Update Item