CUEL Work on Water

CUEL examines the diversion of fishery-sustaining rivers to meet urban water demands, the ecological damage to urban creeks and rivers from channelization, and the discharge of polluted stormwater runoff into urban waterways. This work includes CUEL’s publication of the proceedings of the January 2011 California Water Law Symposium (The End of Paper Water: Natural Limits, Unlimited Demands and Reliable Supply) at Golden Gate University School of Law. Download WLS Proceedings

Water-related Publications by CUEL Co-Directors and Affiliates

Sprawl and Paper Water
Conservation of What?
Rivertown: Rethinking Urban Rivers
The Public Trust Navigates the Bay Delta