Like Massachusetts, Argentina has adopted a centralized water management act to grandfather existing water withdrawals and regulate new users. Modern management, combined with an excellently engineered irrigation system, has produced some magnificent wines. But there are also supply stresses on the system which can result in failed projects.
This article by Peter Durning explores the similarities between the two regulatory systems.
Our Fall 2018 Environmental Law Update presents a summary of state and federal regulatory initiatives and discusses recent judicial decisions on Clean Water Act citizen suits as well as the latest ruling on the Massachusetts Global Warming Solution Act.
John and Caryn Shea's son, Carson, married Sarah Schwartz on September 22, 2018. It was a fantastic event and a wonderful celebration.
Congratulations to the newlyweds!
Working in the Back Bay can present some commuting challenges, but it is all worthwhile when the Boston sports teams conduct their "Rolling Rallies" just outside our door.
Peter Durning completed his third Stone Cat Trail Marathon in Willowdale State Park, Ipswich, MA on November 3, 2018. The pre-dawn start required headlamps for the early going. The near constant rain, muck, and mud made any notion of racing very difficult, but it was a rewarding finish.
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