CENTER FOR WATER SECURITY CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE Energy — Water Interdependence ECONOMICS & FINANCE GLOBAL RESOURCES SECURITY James A. Tindall and Andrew A. Campbell TinMore Institute Research Report GR121015 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MAPPING HUMAN BEHAVIOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY December 2012 Copyright © 2012 TinMore Institute All rights reserved About our Research Reports Electronic Distribution Rights Support TINMORE INSTITUTE Browse Reports & Bookstore Make a donation This report is part of the TINMORE INSTITUTE’s publication series. Our publications describe and summarize TINMORE INSTITUTE’s unbiased research and analysis that provide potential solutions for critical global problems for both the public at large and policy makers so that they are better informed and can thus make more relevant decisions for the issue discussed. This electronic document was made available by TINMORE INSTITUTE (www.tinmore.com) as a public service. Disclaimer The opinions and comments contained herein are solely those of the author(s) and do not represent the will become more necessary. Further we must address energy and water-related issues surrounding adequate energy and water supplies as well as the optimal management and efficient use of both energy and water. Finally most of these systems are not redundant; that is they have no back up. The failure of any one of these systems could be potentially devastating from a resource human health and economic perspective. Therefore a broad all-hazards approach to protect these systems from terrorist attacks such as cyber hacking bio-attack and other as well as additional natural and technological hazards is a necessary and substantial part of the policies implemented to ensure the sustainability and security of energy and water systems. Broad participation will be necessary from user communities policy and regulatory groups economic development organizations industry associations government agencies (federal state tribal) and many others to help address problems and develop and implement good-use policies. [...]
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