Wet growth should water law control land use was written as a means to disseminate new ideas about the land water interface in law and policy and provides an overview of the relevant issues current trends toward integrating land and water controls and prospects for further progress the authors of this book describe the nature and costs of our currently fragmented management of land and water resources that results in unsustainable practices and suggest principles that should guide and . Wet growth should water law control land use edited by craig anthony tony arnold donley marjorie bollinger chair in real estate land use environmental law chapman university school of law orange california environmental law institute washington dc eli publishes books that contribute to education of the profession and disseminate diverse points of view and opinion to stimulate a . Publication wet growth should water law control land use it is unrealistic and unwise to believe that water law will or should govern land use decisions or alternatively that land use planning and regulation will or should govern water management. Eli makes law work for people places and the planet. Craig anthony arnold ed environmental law institute 2005 wet growth should water law control land use many of the essays argue that water resources considerations should have more control over land use planning
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