The West faces special challenges with water, and not just in the U.S. The pending threat of climate change makes those challenges even more threatening.
That was the message during the session, “Managing Western Water in Evolving Climate Conditions.”
And that’s one reason British Columbia, for one, is considering climate change in any new water agreements it considers, said Glen Davidson, comptroller of Water Rights for province of British Columbia.
“We’re trying to adapt our tools, trying to build...