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We conduct research on growth-driven water scarcity, degradation of water quality, and hydro-climatic changes andhow these drivers impact water security. We facilitate science-policy dialogues across international political boundaries to devise equitable transboundary policies that enable global water security. We study water conservation and re-use systems and applications, such as using wastewater in agriculture.
The Center of Excellence for Water Security, supported by the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research.
Green infrastructure, or using vegetated spaces to direct runoff for infiltration, can be helpful to manage stormwater and reduce flooding and heat in cities.
Dual conjunctive supply-reuse systems | Offset for growth-driven water scarcity | Wastewater in agriculture