This article will reflect upon what it might mean to devise an energy strategy for the Great Lakes region in light of our shared responsibility as stewards of a globally significant fresh water resource at a time of increasing water scarcity associated with climate change. The article argues that we must not let short-term economic fears drive our decision-making or risk adopting policies that will prove detrimental to the long-term futures of our children’s children.
Sara L. Seck,
Energy in the Great Lakes Region,
39 Can.-U.S. L.J.
Available at: http://scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/cuslj/vol39/iss/2