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We tackle key water policy and management issues, empower informed decision-making, and enrich understanding through engagement, education,
and applied research.
Photo: 2022 WRRC Photo Contest Winner: "Water for Us" - Ted Wuollet - Horseshoe Dam Reservoir; Horseshoe Lake, AZ; 2021
Conference Registration is Now Open
The WRRC 2024 Annual Conference, Implementing Water Solutions Through Partnerships, will be held March 12–13 at the University of Arizona Student Union. This year’s conference program will focus on how solutions to Arizona’s water resources concerns are being realized. Throughout the state and region, many in our communities are hard at work implementing solutions to a wide range of water challenges. Come join the conversation to share and learn about how we work together to solve some of our most critical water resource issues.
Water Webinar: Water for All: Global Solutions for a Changing Climate
The current approach to providing water is failing to meet the demands of the growing population and the challenges brought on by climate change. In Water for All: Global Solutions for a Changing Climate (Yale Univ Press: November 7, 2023), David Sedlak argues there are solutions to address global water shortages.
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La Dra. Sharon B. Megdal participa en el Simposio de Diplomacia del Agua 2023 en Nueva York
El pasado 21 de marzo, la Dra. Megdal asistió al Simposio de Diplomacia del Agua 2023. El simposio fue convocado por la Red de Mujeres en Diplomacia del Agua en colaboración con el Instituto de Derecho Ambiental
“Acuerdos Binacionales sobre Aguas Subterráneas para la Gestión Compartida de Acuíferos Transfronterizos” Publicado por Equipo Binacional
Publicado en enero de 2024 en Water Economics and Policy, el artículo de Policy Nook titulado “Crafting Binational Groundwater Agreements: Preconditions for Progress” (Acuerdos Binacionales sobre Aguas Subterráneas: Precondiciones para el Progreso)
“Crafting Binational Groundwater Agreements for Transboundary Aquifer Sharing” Published by Binational Team
Published in January 2024 in Water Economics and Policy, the Policy Nook article titled “Crafting Binational Groundwater Agreements: Preconditions for Progress” examines the challenges impeding diplomatic advances in bilateral cooperation on transboundary aquifer sharing and explores opportunities, including a framework agreement for binational groundwater, to enhance stewardship of shared aquifers.
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