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Randy Christensen

Randy is a lawyer and water policy specialist. He has advised governments regarding water issues has worked with a number of leading environmental organizations. Follow Randy on Twitter @WaterCurrents. Find him on LinkedIn at



Dec 20th, 2011
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Sep 8th, 2011
There they go again. The Financial Post is trotting out tired and discredited arguments against the right to water.
Apr 21st, 2011
Environmental disasters don’t seem to shock us anymore. We just carry on with business as usual.
Apr 11th, 2011
Ottawa will help cities pay for new drinking-water systems -- as long as they contract them out.
Mar 24th, 2011
The New York Times “Green” blog recently waded into the issue of how to allocate water in times of scarcity.   The post looks at whether the experiences of Australia, including water...
Mar 10th, 2011
Despite all of the problems in Canada – or perhaps because of it – Canada has taken a position against legal recognition of the human right to water.
Feb 13th, 2011
Oh, the French. The country that gave the world Perrier and kick-started the bottled water craze is now building free public water fountains that dispense sparkling water. The move is being taken...
Feb 3rd, 2011
The Ministry says "there is no intention to privatize BC’s water." But does new legislation protect public ownership of this precious resource?
Jan 26th, 2011
Water on the auction block? Recently announced plans could open "water markets" in BC.
Jan 21st, 2011
The last time food prices were this high, demonstrations broke out in developing countries around the world. What's really behind the recent increase?
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