11/23/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Climate Change Doubters Impede Water Plans

A growing list of studies show that global climate change will mean less water in the Colorado River, but varying perceptions about climate change are a hurdle to making decisions about future water supplies.

That was one message delivered Tuesday evening in Aspen by Dr. Eric Kuhn, general manager of the Colorado River Water Conservation District. Kuhn spoke at the Aspen Global Change Institute, which is hosting a workshop this week to explore how climate scientists and water managers can provide better information to government decision makers.

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