Increasingly, intensifying competition for water resources, changes in the hydro-climatic cycle, and degrading water quality are threatening both humans and ecosystems. These risks are of increasing concern for transboundary river basins, where coordination across international…
Please join us in welcoming our new cohort:
Corey Abramson, (Sociology); Melanie Hingle, (Nutritional Sciences); Kevin Anchukaitis, (Geography and Development); Christopher Weber, (Government and Public Policy).
The National Academies of Science of both the US and Mexico hosted a workshop regarding sustainability in transboundary arid lands in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, chaired by Christopher Scott, Director of the Udall Center (University of Arizona).
Researchers from the University of Arizona, and affiliates to the AQUASEC network from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, and decision-makers met in a workshop in Guaymas to share experiences and devise solutions to water-security challenges.