California Water, 3rd Edition
Pre-order online by credit card or check, or phone us at 800.931.9373, for shipping mid-May 2019.
California Water, 3rd edition is a thoroughly updated edition of this concise guide to historical, legal and policy issues affecting water use in California. Covering new and emerging topics, including the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, climate change and conservation, and features new maps of California’s major water supply systems and enhanced water quality content.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Arthur L. Littleworth has long been considered one of the preeminent water law attorneys in the United States. In his more than 50 years of legal practice at Best Best & Krieger, he participated in all aspects of water law.
Eric L. Garner practices water rights and supply law at Best Best & Krieger where he has served as the managing partner since 2005. He represents clients in surface water and groundwater matters throughout California.
“Littleworth and Garner have achieved the impossible. They have untied California’s Gordian knot of water rights, laws, and policies and made them understandable for all. With California’s water management teetering on the edge of crisis, this timely book is critical for everyone working on and learning about the state’s challenges in an age of growing population, unsustainable water demand, and increasing climate change impacts.” - Mark Gold, Associate Vice Chancellor of Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
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California AEP Annual Conference
March 24-27 in Monterey
Solano Press joined California Chapter AEP members at the Monterey Plaza Hotel for the organization's annual conference. Our staff greeted attendees who stopped by our table to browse our library of Books That Matter.
The 2019 Update to CEQA Deskbook is now available!
Keep your copy of CEQA Deskbook, 3rd edition up to date with this new download.
The 2019 Update by Antero Rivasplata includes new statutes and case law for 2018. Because the CEQA Guidelines amendments adopted by the Natural Resources Agency are so extensive, they are not all represented in this update; the exception is the new VMT transportation impact metric.
If you've missed any of the previous updates, they are all available on our Supplements page.
by William Fulton and Paul Shigley
Since it was first published in 1991, Guide to California Planning has served as the authoritative text on city and county planning practice throughout the state.
In this revised and expanded fifth edition, William Fulton and Paul Shigley lay out planning laws and processes in detail and describe how planning really works in California—how cities and counties and developers and citizen groups all interact with each other on a daily basis to shape California communities and the California landscape, for better and for worse. Significant new topics addressed in this edition include the state’s increasing focus on infill and transit-oriented development and climate action plans, including ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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