Water and Free Trade

The Mulroney Government's Agenda for Canada's Most Precious Resource

edited by Wendy Holm

First published in 1988, Water and Free Trade offers a pentrating analysis of the forces that threaten Canada's most precious resource.
First published in 1988, Water and Free Trade offers a penetrating analysis of the forces that threaten Canada's most precious resource.
Edited by a leading resource economist, this thoughtful book raises the issue from the mists of hype and propaganda that have long surrounded the issue of water exports. Remarkably comprehensive in its approach, it explores what the North American Free Trade Agreement actually says about water, and at the same time places the subject in a broad social and political context.
Water and Free Trade is a clear examination of an issue sure to become even more contentious as time passes.

About the Author

Wendy Holm

WENDY HOLM is a B.C. based agronomist who specializes in water resources and trade issues. She lives on Bowen Island, B.C.

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