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Forum addresses the role of native nations in transboundary water resources conservation

On January 25, the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters held an online “coffee break” discussion forum focused on native communities’ role in transboundary water conservation and management.

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New U.S.-Mexico transboundary aquifer data included in 2021 Transboundary Aquifers of the World Map

The transboundary aquifers shared by the United States and Mexico are now included on the official global map of transboundary aquifers, thanks to new research by Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) senior research scientist Rosario Sanchez, Ph.D., and TWRI graduate research assistant Laura Rodriguez.

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Coffee for the Rio Conchos, Jan. 21

The first coffee break from the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters will focus on the strategic value of the Rio Conchos and the social and cultural importance of this transboundary river.

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Laying the groundwork for transboundary groundwater

One of the main outcomes of the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters’ first conference was the idea for a task force to help strategically focus future work on binational groundwater management.

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Big groundwater issues to be addressed in online conference, coffee breaks

The Permanent Forum of Binational Waters is hosting the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Groundwater Conference titled Innovation and Creativity: Strategies for Unprecedented Challenges. The interactive online event will be Oct. 14-15, 2020 via Zoom. 

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Water unites us: Permanent Forum of Binational Waters established

With almost 2,000 miles of shared borders between the U.S. and Mexico, a passionate group has created a virtual space for binational collaboration that prioritizes solutions, activities and resources to solve transboundary water issues.

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