Coming to Consensus: Sharing the Colorado River
2002 Symposium Proceedings
In early 2002, the Foundation hosted its third Colorado River Symposium, “Coming to Consensus: Sharing the Colorado River.” This two-and-a-half day, invitation-only event brought together some of the top policy-makers in the Colorado River Basin to discuss how the different states and disparate interest groups can work together to better manage the river. Participants at the event included Bennett Raley, Assistant Interior Secretary for Water and Science, and John Keys, Commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. This 160-page proceedings represents the written record of panel discussions on such topics as the Mexican Delta, interstate water banking and marketing, Indian water rights and dam re-operation. A vital resource for universities, libraries and law schools, and a must-have for the serious Colorado River scholar.