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What price water?

Since its inception, CURE has worked to draw policymakers' attention to the environmental, health and economic harm that will result from transferring water from agricultural use to urban areas. 

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Water Transfers: Focus on Mitigation

Salton Sea CliffsAfter decades of behind-the-scenes political maneuvering with scant public debate, and years of courtroom battles, in June 2013, the water transfer agreement was again upheld.

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Exposing the Cost of Bad Planning

developmentEarly in its history, CURE exposed the incompetent planning and outright corruption behind the construction of thousands of homes in San Bernardino County.

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Declining Agriculture: Hungry for Answers

Parched EarthOne of the consequences of the water transfers that most concerns CURE is the potential collapse of agricultural production in the Imperial, Mexicali, and Coachella Valleys.

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The Economic Benefits of Holistic Planning

RiversideCA VictoriaAve-217x159The flip side of the long-term negative costs of development to help communities make better decisions is finding creative ways to monetize environmental assets to support local economies.

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