Making Waves: Examining the Case for Sustainable Water Exports in Canada

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This study provides an overview of global water supplies and Canada's hydrology, including current patterns of water use, as well as a review of the laws and regulations that govern the resource. Water diversions and transfers, both past and present, are summarized, as are the benefits of and challenges to water exports. It concludes with recommendations for policy reforms.

Making Waves: Examining the Case for Sustainable Water Exports from Canada provides an overview of global water supplies and Canada's hydrology, including current patterns of water use, as well as a review of the laws and regulations that govern the resource. Water diversions and transfers, both past and present, are summarized, as are the benefits of and challenges to water exports. The study concludes with recommendations for policy reforms.


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