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Rob Harmon: How the market can keep streams flowing

Created on 03 July 2012
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With streams and rivers drying up because of over-usage, Rob Harmon has implemented an ingenious market mechanism to bring back the water. Farmers and beer companies find their fates intertwined in the intriguing century-old tale of Prickly Pear Creek. 

Rob Harmon is an expert on energy and natural resources policy -- looking at smart ways to manage carbon, water and the energy we use every day.

More info: http://www.ted.com/speakers/rob_harmon.html 
Produced by: TED-Ideas Worth Spreading 
Year: 2011
Language: English





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