Water Quality Trading

More and more people are identifying water as more of a commodity and less of a right. Here's an article that moves the needle further in that direction.

SCI (@SustCitiesInst)
9/19/11 9:57 AM
This market-based approach to controlling pollution will now be tested as a mechanism to improve water quality... http://ow.ly/6ym3R

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