Reworking the US-Mexico Water Treaty

By Lorne Matalon, "The World" PRI/BBC World Service/WGBH co-production, November 2010
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The Colorado River has been nearly tapped dry as a consequence of exploding populations in the southwest border region combined with the voracious appetite of American agribusiness. Mexico and the U-S are now negotiating a decades-old water sharing treaty. If successful, the revamped treaty could provide a model for conserving a vital but finite resource.

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