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Adapting the Invisible Uitility: Consensus and Economics (Part 3)

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In the third and final part of Pat Mulroy’s interview, she discusses how policy, economics, and climate change come together — both in the Colorado river basin and around freshwater management across the US. Climate impacts in hydrology and ecology are altering the economic landscape across the region, and policymakers and the public are faced with difficult and often expensive choices.

Perhaps most remarkable, Pat Mulroy discusses the first domestic piece of climate adaptation legislation at the national level in the US, which has been proposed in the US House of Representatives by Lois Cardin of California and in the Senate by Benjamin Cardin of Maryland, Barbara Boxer of California, and Harry Reid of Nevada (where Pat’s office is located).

Watch Part 1 of the interview: Connections and Threats, and
Part 2: Institutions and Infrastructure

More info: http://adaptationaction.org/
Produced by: Conservation International
Year: 2011
Language: English



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