New Weekly Offers Guidance on Water Rights, Use, and Pollution Issues
ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA has launched the Water Law & Policy Monitor™ with up-to-date news, guidance, and primary source materials to help water law practitioners, industrial water users, and regulators keep up with emerging water allocation and management issues across all 50 states and abroad.
The Water Law & Policy Monitor combines Bloomberg BNA's news and expert analysis with legal decisions, regional water agreements, and more in an easy-to-use format. This weekly publication, with news updated daily, follows water rights regulation, litigation, and legislation at the state, regional, and federal levels, as well as key international developments. Our water law digest, the Water Table Reference Guide™, includes key water compacts, corporate best practices, and other important documents. Professionals can also target geographic regions of interest, creating views by state or country.
"Staying on top of the complex and shifting issues of water allocation, use, and management is increasingly important for water law practitioners, clients, and anyone interested in water policy," said John Sullivan, director of environmental news for Bloomberg BNA and managing editor for the Water Law & Policy Monitor. "This product offers timely coverage from industry-leading reporters and correspondents, as well as perspectives from top litigators and experts in the form of BNA Insights articles. Water law professionals now have a well-tailored resource to keep them up to date and help them in their day-to-day research."
"Businesses and water professionals want to know who gets water, how much, and under what conditions," said Robert Shew, vice president and group publisher, EHS and HR publishing divisions, Bloomberg BNA. "This product provides a one-stop shop covering the legal and policy issues of the day and offers insights on how to manage water resources efficiently."
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