On November 2, members of the TFDD team co-hosted an interactive online session with GWP focusing on the role of data in transboundary water management. The event was the 14th session of the Transboundary Freshwater Security Governance Train, which is part of the MOOC on Governance for Transboundary Freshwater Security. The session was chaired by PWCMT Co-Directors Ms Lynette da Silva and Dr. Aaron Wolf, with panelists including former TFDD manager Dr. Melissa McCracken. A lively panel discussion was moderated by OSU PhD students Alexandra Caplan and Zoe Rosenblum. The event focused on the role of data in water conflict management, highlighted important gaps in existing datasets, and explored how datasets such as those provided by the TFDD can be used to inform transboundary water management and negotiations. For a complete summary of the event, please go here. You can also find a recording of the session on Youtube.