An incisive critique of Canada''s
failed management of its water supply.
In this authoritative review of decades
of independent critiques, accompanied by many riveting stories of
water management failures, award-winning journalist Chris Wood and
Canadian water policy expert Ralph Pentland explore how governments
have failed to protect the waters that we drink, fish, and swim in
and that support every aspect of our national economy.
The authors review the history of water
management in Canada and compare recent approaches in Canada, the
United States, and Europe, proposing measures to improve our
performance, including a new charter that will hold governments to