Managing the Murray-Darling Basin: some implications for climate change policy
John Quiggin ()
No 149873, Risk and Sustainable Management Group Working Papers from University of Queensland, School of Economics
Among the many environmental problems facing Australia, the problems of managing the Murray-Darling Basin and of responding to climate change are notable for their complexity, intractability and for the wide range of people and regions affected. Consideration of policy successes and failures in the management of the Murray-Darling Basin may help in the design of a more effective, and cost-effective, response to the problem of climate change
Keywords: Environmental Economics and Policy; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: MANAGING THE MURRAY-DARLING BASIN: SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY (2008)
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