AMP Insights conducted in-depth legal and policy research and analysis on available tools to move water between uses and users in central Arizona. This formed the basis for a report about how these tools, collectively referred to as “water sharing” could help the region adapt and thrive in a future where Colorado River deliveries are reduced. Finally, the report made the case for how a Central Arizona Water Exchange, a formal market intermediary, could promote water sharing in an efficient, transparent and equitable way and make it a cornerstone of the region’s future water management.
Client: American Rivers
Areas of Expertise: M&I Water Supply, Water Trading, Water Banks and Exchanges
Tools: Law & Policy Analysis, Communications and Story Telling, Water Economics
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