Colorado River

February 4, 2007--Global Water Crisis Looms (Denver Post)

More than one-sixth of the world's population lacks access to safe drinking water, and more than twice that number, 2.5 billion, have inadequate water for sanitation.

Law of the Colorado River--Las Vegas, NV

05/10/2007 8:30 am
05/11/2007 4:45 pm

The Law of the River continues to evolve as states and water users are faced with new issues. From drought and climate change to endangered species and water conflicts, those who rely on the Colorado River must continually adopt new strategies and solutions to shifting challenges.

January 27, 2007--Water Manager: Climate Change to Ebb State's Flows (Grand Junction Daily Sentinel)

The science that says water supplies in Colorado will shrivel with the onset of climate change is nearly a sure bet. A slate of scientific studies have led water managers to conclude the state can no longer look to the past to predict the future when it comes to forecasting water supplies. The Rocky Mountains will simply get drier in the long run.

The Colorado River Compact in the 21st Century: Time for Change?--Salt Lake City

03/02/2007 8:00 am
03/03/2007 5:00 pm

The Stegner Centrer for land, resources and the environment 12th annual symposium, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. For more information or to register contact the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.

January 14, 2007--Fight Brewing Over Endangered Fish (Grand Junction Sentinel)

The federal government is spending millions of dollars in Colorado to save endangered fish that, according to one organization, it's allowing to dwindle in the Grand Canyon. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is embarking on a two-year process of putting together an environmental impact statement for a long-term experimental plan for operations of Glen Canyon Dam.

Interior Secretary Kempthorne, Colorado River Water Users Discuss Drought Management

Press Release Tuesday October 31, 12:03 pm ET
Source: Southern Nevada Water Authority
Contacts: Kip White, Bureau of Reclamation (202) 513-0684 or Scott Huntley, Southern Nevada Water Authority (702) 258-7258

CRWUA 2006 Annual Conference

12/13/2006 8:00 am
12/15/2006 12:00 pm

The Colorado River Water User's Association annual conference will be held at Caeser's Palace in Las Vegas this December. For more information, visit the CRWUA website.

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