Squeezing a Dry Sponge: Water Planning in Texas, PRP 111
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This report on environmental risk management in Texas is the result of a policy research project conducted in 1993-94 under a grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department These two organizations along with the Texas Water Commission are currently working together to develop a policy framework for water in Texas. Once completed, the framework will be submitted to the general public and the legislature for modification and approval in 1995. This report summarizes approaches used by other states to assess past and ongoing efforts in Texas.
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