Journal of Water Introduces New “Then & Now” Feature Reflecting on Major Issues Reported in Water Strategist

In its October 2015 issue, the Journal of Water (JOW) introduced a new feature, Then & Now, in which JOW periodically looks back at major issues and compares the analyses, assessments and predictions made in Water Strategist (WS) with the state of the issue today.

“Water resource issues are inherently long-term,” said Marta L. Weismann, director of research for Stratecon Inc. and JOW. “It is necessary and compelling to look back and evaluate the lessons learned and the evolution of policy.”

In the inaugural installment of Then & Now, JOW looks at the issue of shortage on the Colorado River and finds the adage to be true: the more things change; the more they stay the same.

Read Then & Now: Shortage on the Colorado River
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