Publications and additional information about the speakers at the Confluences: Water & Justice conference.
Br. Dave Andrews, C.S.C., senior representative for Food and Water Watch and senior advisor to the president of the 63rd General Assembly of the U.N. on food, water, and development
Andrews, D. (2009). How we feed the future: Debating the future of food and agriculture policy. National Catholic Reporter, 45(9), 14.
Maude Barlow, senior water advisor to the president of the 63rd General Assembly of the United Nations, board chair of Food and Water Watch, chair of the Council of Canadians, executive member of International Forum on Globalization, and councilor of World Future Council
Harris, E. (Writer). (2010, March 22). Water: From the bottle or the tap? [Radio broadcast episode]. In S. J. Rothenfluch (Producer), Think Out Loud. Portland, OR: Oregon Public Broadcasting. (This broadcast features Maude Barlow and Steve Kolmes.)
Barlow, M. (2008). Blue covenant: The global water crisis and the coming battle for the right to water. New York, NY: New Press.
Barlow, M. (2008). Water warriors. Nation, 286(14), 18-22.
Barlow, M., & Clarke, T. (2002). Blue gold: The fight to stop the corporate theft of the world's water. New York, NY: New Press.
Barlow, M., & Clarke, T. (2002). Who owns water? Nation, 275(7), 11-14.
Bozzo, S. (Director). (2009). Blue gold: World water wars [Video/DVD]. United States: PBS Home Video.
Ralph Bloemers, co-executive director and staff attorney for Crag Law Center
Bloemers, R. (2008). Re: Federal forestland advisory committee update. Testimony at Oregon Board of Forestry meeting, March 5, 2008. Portland, Oregon: Crag Law Center.
Bloemers, R. (2009). District ranger of the North Fork John Day Ranger District, Umatilla National Forest pulls the Farley logging project in the face of objections from scientists [Press Release]. Portland, Oregon: Crag Law Center.
Roy, R. E., & Bloemers, R. (2008, September 9). In my opinion: Oregon's forest resources: The story behind the green forest talk. The Oregonian (Portland, Oregon), pp. B05.
Congressman Earl Blumenauer, Oregon's 3rd District
Blumenauer, E. (2009). H.R. 3202: The water protection and reinvestment act.
Blumenauer, E. (2009, Sep 17). Improving water quality: A job for Congress [Letter to the editor]. New York Times, p. A32.
Clark Brockman, associate principal, SERA Architects
Heider, E., & Brockman, C. (2009). Buildings alive! establishing the cost of living buildings: Striving for net zero performance. Journal of Green Building, 4(3), 61-71.
Robert Butler, professor of environmental science, University of Portland
Butler, R., Bishop, E., Ault Jr., C., Atwater B., Magura, B., Hedeen C., . . . Connor, D. (2006). Linking middle-school teachers to Earthscope. Eos, 87(26), 257-259.
Butler, R. F., & Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology. (2009). Magnitude 7.0 Haiti: University of Portland/IRIS earthquake notice.
Ojha, T. P., Butler, R. F., DeCelles, P. G., & Quade, J. (2009). Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Neogene foreland basin deposits of Nepal. Basin Research, 1(21), 61-90.
Park, J., Anderson, K., Butler, R., Simpson, D., Aster, R., & Lay, T. (2005). Global seismographic network records the great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake. Eos, 86(6), 57+60-61.
Gary Chamberlain, emeritus professor of environmental studies, theology, and religious studies, Seattle University, and Troubled Waters author
Chamberlain, G. L. (2000). Ecology and religious education. Religious Education, 95(2), 134.
Chamberlain, G. L. (2008). Troubled waters: Religion, ethics, and the global water crisis. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Tom Cooper, corporate water programs manager, Intel
Jim Doane, Brown and Caldwell
Alan Durning, founder, Sightline Institute
Durning, A. T. (1992). How much is enough?: The consumer society and the future of the earth. New York, NY: Norton.
Durning, A. T. (1996). This place on earth: Home and the practice of permanence. Seattle, WA: Sasquatch Books.
Brent Foster, Oregon Environmental Council, assistant to the Oregon Attorney General and former executive director, Columbia Riverkeeper
Cohen, A. N., & Foster, B. (2000). The regulation of biological pollution: Preventing exotic species invasions from ballast water discharged into California coastal waters. Golden Gate University Law Review, 30(4), 787-883.
Foster, B. (1999). The failure of watershed analysis under the Northwest Forest Plan: A case study of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Hastings West-Northwest Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 5(3).
Ann Gardner, government relations manager, Schnitzer Steel
Van der Voo, L. (2009). Harbor growth stalls. Portland Tribune, (12/23/2009). Retrieved from http://portlandtribune.com/news/story_2nd.php?story_id=118825124084524300
Jon Gray, Interface Engineering
Renee Hackenmiller-Paradis, Oregon Environmental Council
Hackenmiller-Paradis, R. (2007). Pollution in people: A study of toxic chemicals in Oregonians. Portland: Oregon Environmental Council.
Hackenmiller-Paradis, R. (2008). The price of pollution: Cost estimates of environmentally related disease in Oregon. Portland: Oregon Environmental Council.
Becky Hatfield-Hyde, Yainix ranch
Hatfield-Hyde, B. (1999, Summer). Roaring Springs. Range Magazine, n.p.
Hatfield-Hyde, B. (2001, Fall/Winter). Welcome to the new millennium in the Klamath Basin: Water, whiskey, murder, and hope. Terrain.Org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, n.p.
Regina Hauser, executive director, The Natural Step Network
A passion for sustainability. Stacey, E. G., Turville, J., Hauser, R., & Robèrt, K. (Directors). (2008).[Video/DVD] [Gresham, OR]: Landfall Productions.
Greg Hill, University of Portland and Institute for Culture and Ecology
Jennie Holmes, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
James Honey, Sustainable Northwest
Honey, J. (2009, Sept. 15). Collaboration: An unnatural act between unconsenting adultsÖ [Web log post]
Honey, J. (2010, March 2). Clarifications on the Klamath agreements. Salem Statesman Journal, n.p.
Barry Horowitz, CMS Consulting Services LLC
Horowitz, B. (2009). Forward looking. Journal of Commerce), 10(50), 14-14.
Horowitz, B. (2009). Linking in. Journal of Commerce, 10(46), 23-23.
Horowitz, B. (2009). New world order. Journal of Commerce, 10(30), 34-34.
Alan Horton, The Freshwater Trust
Horton, A. (2009, Fall). How water footprinting can change the world. freshwater, 14-15. Retrieved from http://www.thefreshwatertrust.org/sites/thefreshwatertrust.org/files/pdf/freshwater_Fall-2009_FINAL_low%20res.pdf
The Freshwater Trust. (n.d.). Healthy Waters, 5(1) Retrieved from http://www.thefreshwatertrust.org/sites/thefreshwatertrust.org/files/files/Healthy%20Waters%2007%20WEB.pdf
The Freshwater Trust. (2008). StreamBank case study 2008. Retrieved from http://www.thefreshwatertrust.org/sites/thefreshwatertrust.org/files/pdf/StreamBank%20Case%20Study%202008%20-%20Low%20Res.pdf
Catherine Howells, Portland State University
Howells, C. (2006, March). Umatilla basin water chronology. Retrieved from http://www.umatillacounty.net/planning/pdf/UmatillaChronology_March2006.pdfHarris, E. (Writer). (2009, August 3). Bull Run water [Radio broadcast]. In S. J. Rothenfluch (Producer), Think Out Loud. Portland, OR: Oregon Public Broadcasting. (This broadcast features David Shaff and Catherine Howells.)
Teresa Huntsinger, Oregon Environmental Council
Bane, G., Murphy, K., Huntsinger, T., & Cox, C. (1995). Towards a healthy and efficient agricultural system. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 15(2), 2-7.
Huntsinger, T. (2007). Cleaner rivers for Oregon: Why our rivers need our help. Portland: Oregon Environmental Council.
Craig Jacobson, Ecotrust
Katherine Jesch, former director of Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth and former US Forest Service Natural Resource Planner
Jesch, K. (2003, February 3). A theology of ecology: Greening our faith. Retrieved from http://www.pbuuc.org/worship/sermons/sermons0203/theologyofecology.html
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. (2009, September). Green sanctuary manual, 5th ed. Retrieved from http://www.uua.org/documents/congservices/greensanctuary/gs_manual.pdf
Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth. (2006, June 21). The science behind the threat of global warming/climate change. Retrieved from http://www.uumfe.org/files/ScienceBehindGlobalWarming.pdf
John Kroger, Oregon Attorney General
Kroger, J. R. (2005). Enron, fraud, and securities reform: An Enron prosecutor's perspective. University of Colorado Law Review, 76, 57-137.
Kroger, J. (2008). Convictions: A prosecutor's battles against mafia killers, drug kingpins, and Enron thieves. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
Allison LaPlante, Pacific Environmental Advocacy Center
LaPlante, A., Orum, P., & Newman, M. (1999). At risk and in the dark: Will companies in our communities reduce their chemical disaster zones?. Washington, DC: U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund.
LaPlante, A., Gray, H., & Hartmann, C. (1997). Claim to shame: Industry scorecard on pollution prevention. Washington, DC: U.S. Public Interest Research Group.
LaPlante, A., Natan, T., & Puchalsky, R. (1998). Poisoning our future: The dangerous legacy of persistent toxic chemicals. Washington, DC: U.S. Public Interest Research Group. Available from http://static.uspirg.org/usp.asp?id2=5032&id3=USPIRG&
David Leslie, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
Leslie, D. (2009, November 6). Oregon lottery: Let's wean ourselves from our addiction. Oregonian, p. B7.
David Lewis, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
Byram, S., & Lewis, D. G. (2001). 'Ourigan:' wealth of the Northwest coast. Oregon Historical Quarterly, 102(2), 126-157.
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. (n.d.). Grand Ronde: Our people in the Gorge [Video]. Retrieved from http://www.grandronde.org/GorgeVideo.aspx.
The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. (n.d.). Ntsayka ikanum: Our story. Retrieved from http://www.grandronde.org/culture/ikanum/.
Brett Lyon, SOLV
Dean Marriott, City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. (2007, June). Sewer and drainage facilities design manual. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/Bes/index.cfm?c=43271&.
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. (2010). Fact sheets and brochures. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/Bes/index.cfm?c=50367.
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. (2010). Sustainable stormwater management solutions. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/Bes/index.cfm?c=31870.
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. (2010). Plant resource and vegetation publications. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/Bes/index.cfm?c=48240.
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. (2008). 2008 stormwater management manual. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/Bes/index.cfm?c=47952&.
Dan Mensher, Pacific Environmental Advocacy Center
Mensher, D. (2007). Common law on ice: Using federal judge-made nuisance law to address the interstate effects of greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental Law, 37(2), 463-487.
Rycewicz, C., & Mensher, D. (2007). Growing state authority under the Clean Water Act. Natural Resources & Environment, 22(2), 57-59.
Jeff Mitchell, The Klamath Tribes
Barnard, J. (2010, March 10). Oregon governor seeks Klamath drought declaration. Retrieved from http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9EBSD600.htm
Sustainable Northwest. (2010). Klamath tribes build partnership to develop biomass facility. Retrieved from http://www.sustainablenorthwest.org/news/klamathbiomass
Chet Orloff, professor, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University; president, Museum of the City
Gleason, N. C., & Orloff, C. (1983). Portland's public art: A guide and history. Portland, OR: Western Imprints.
Orloff, C. (1994). A tale of two states: Shared landscapes, divided viewpoints. Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History, 8(1), 3-5.
Orloff, C. (2004). Maintaining Eden: John Charles Olmsted and the Portland park system. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, 66(1), 114-119.
Ken Otto, St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, former chair of St. Philip Neri's Columbia River Pastoral Letter Team
St. Philip Neri Catholic Church. (n.d.) Living the Columbia River pastoral letter. Retrieved from http://www.pdxpax.org/river/
Lisa Petterson, Sera Architects
Gerald Pollett, executive director, Heart of America Northwest
Publications: Reports & Citizen's Guides. (2007-2009). Heart of America Northwest. Retrieved from http://www.hoanw.org/more/index.cfm?Fuseaction=more_47690.
Steve Reidy, PAE Consulting Engineers
Warren Seylar, Spokane Tribe
Government-to-Government Agreement in Principle Between the State of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Spokane Tribe of Indians: For the Spokane River Arm of Lake Roosevelt. (2007, May 1). Retrieved from http://www.spokanetribe.com/upload/general/050107_lake_roosevelt_agreement_in_principle_with_wa.pdf.
An Open Letter to Sport and Recreational Users of Lake Roosevelt. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.spokanetribe.com/upload/general/st_resp_ad_8_09_long.pdf.
Spokane Tribal Business Council. (2009). Grand Coulee Dam and the Forgotten Tribe [Video]. Retrieved from http://www.spokanetribe.com/page.php?code=forgottentribe.
Curtis Smith, Housing Development Director for the Coalition on Temporary Shelter
Miller, L., Smith, C., & Welbon, Y. (Producers), & Miller, L. (Director). (2007). The water front [Video/DVD]. Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films.
Jeff Smith, President of Local 8, International Longshore and Warehouse Union
Susan Sokol Blosser, co-founder of Sokol Blosser Winery
Sokol Blosser, S. (2006). At home in the vineyard: Cultivating a winery, an industry, and a life. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Sokol Blosser, S. & Ohman, J. (2008). Gracious & ruthless: Surprising strategies for business success. Dundee, OR: Susan Sokol Blosser.
Glenn Vanselow, executive director, Pacific Northwest Waterways Association
National strategies for efficient freight movement: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security, of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, 110th Cong., 2 (2008) (testimony of Glenn Vanselow). Retrieved from http://www.pnwa.net/new/Articles/PNWA%20Testimony%20on%20Frt%20Mobility%202008.pdf
Vanselow, G. (2005, January 7). In my opinion; breaching dams is no answer for salmon. The Oregonian, p. E09.
Aaron Wolf, professor of geography, Oregon State University
Amery, H. A., & Wolf, A. T. (2000). Water in the Middle East: A geography of peace. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2000.
Delli Priscoli, J., & Wolf, A. T. (2009). Managing and transforming water conflicts. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Giordano, M. A., & Wolf, A. T. (2001). Incorporating equity into international water agreements. Social Justice Research, 14(4), 349-366.
Lonergan, S., & Wolf, A. T. (2001). Moving water to move people: The Toshka project in Egypt. Water International, 26, 589-596.
McNally, A., Magee, D., & Wolf, A. T. (2009). Hydropower and sustainability: Resilience and vulnerability in China's powersheds. Journal of Environmental Management, 90, S286-S293.
Medzini, A., & Wolf, A. (2004). Towards a Middle East at peace: Hidden issues in Arab-Israeli hydropolitics. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 20(2), 193-204.
Postel, S. L., & Wolf, A. T. (2001). Dehydrating conflict. Foreign Policy, (126), 60-67.
Uitto, J. I., & Wolf, A. T. (2002). Water wars? geographical perspectives: Introduction. Geographical Journal, 168(4), 289-292.
Wolf, A. T. (2000). Indigenous approaches to water conflict negotiations and implications for international waters. International Negotiation, 5(2), 357-373.
Wolf, A. T. (2008). Healing the enlightenment rift: Rationality spirituality and shared waters. Journal of International Affairs, 61(2), 51-73.
For additional publications, see Aaron Wolf's Curriculum Vitae
Jin Zidell, founder/chairman, Blue Planet Run and Peer Water Exchange
Smolan, R., Erwitt, J., Ackerman, D., Redford, R., Pearce, F., & Blue Planet Run Foundation. (2007). Blue planet run: The race to provide safe drinking water to the world. San Rafael, CA: Earth Aware Editions/Against All Odds Productions.
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