The Book in Common project provides a wide variety of resources for those who are interested in the book and the many issues that the book raises.
If you have ideas to contribute, please send them to William Loker, Dean, Undergraduate Education.
- “Robert Glennon connects the dots between our water woes and climate change, energy, growth, the environment, and agriculture. He makes a compelling case that we need to rethink how we use this prized resource and provides a number of thought-provoking solutions.”
-U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Colorado
- “The wells of the American dream stand a good chance of running dry; and to read Glennon’s necessary book is to know that without water there will be no wine, no roses, nothing over Dorothy’s rainbow except a pillar of salt.”-Lewis H. Lapham, editor, Lapham’s Quarterly
- “Robert Glennon is a leading edge legal scholar and passionate water advocate whose thinking is central to an intense debate on the path forward to a water-secure world. I heartily recommend his provocative, information-packed, and highly readable new book Unquenchable.”-Maude Barlow, senior advisor on water to the presidentof the UN General Assembly
- "Unquenchable" review Open Channel by David LaFrance, Journal AWWA April 2011
- "Unquenchable" GoodReads.com review
Last Call at the Oasis - Preview
Developed, financed and executive produced by Participant Media, the company responsible forAN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, FOOD, INC. and WAITING FOR “SUPERMAN”, LAST CALL AT THE OASIS presents a powerful argument for why the global water crisis will be the central issue facing our world this century.
See Robert Glennon on The Daily Show
- Bottlemania by Elizabeth Royte
- Dry Spring the Coming of the Water Crisis in North America by Chris Wood
- Water Follies, Groundwater Pumping and the Fate of America's Fresh Waters by Robert Glennon