Environmental Values and Water Policy
The emergence of water markets has heralded the prospect of increased efficiency in the use of the resource for extractive purposes. However, water markets have not encompassed all elements of demand for the resource. Notably, demands for the environmental public goods provided by river flows have not been revealed in markets. State Governments have instituted regulations requiring 'environmental flows' to be quarantined from the market allocation process. This policy has triggered negative...[Show more]
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