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Too Little or Too Much? Water Supply Considerations and How Water Shapes Urban Land Use

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Too Little or Too Much? Water Supply Considerations and How Water Shapes Urban Land Use
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Session 01: Too Little Water: Water Supply Considerations in Land Use - A survey of water supply and demand conditions in Texas, including implications for water-short areas and TWDB financing to increase supplies.

Session 02: Too Much Water: How Water Shapes Urban Land Use - Climate change has and will continue to increase short-term rainfall events generating all types of legal issues from flood plain mapping and regulation to internal drainage design of chemical plants and landfills as well as foreseeability issues in common law damages litigation. Design of the future must make room for the water and so will the legal system as flooding becomes a more dominant force in shaping urban form in the 21st century.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.25
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Property Owners Association Law | Real Estate Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2024

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1. Too Little Water: Water Supply Considerations in Land Use (Jun 2023)

Robert E. Mace, L'Oreal W. Stepney

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Too Little Water: Water Supply Considerations in Land Use (Jun 2023)

A survey of water supply and demand conditions in Texas, including implications for water-short areas and TWDB financing to increase supplies.

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Land Use Conference

Robert E. Mace, The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
L'Oreal W. Stepney, Texas Water Development Board - Austin, TX

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2. Too Much Water: How Water Shapes Urban Land Use (Jun 2023)

Jim Blackburn

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Too Much Water: How Water Shapes Urban Land Use (Jun 2023)

Climate change has and will continue to increase short-term rainfall events generating all types of legal issues from flood plain mapping and regulation to internal drainage design of chemical plants and landfills as well as foreseeability issues in common law damages litigation. Design of the future must make room for the water and so will the legal system as flooding becomes a more dominant force in shaping urban form in the 21st century.

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Land Use Conference

Jim Blackburn, Rice University - SSPEED Center - Houston, TX