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Tensions over shared water resources are due to increase as quantity and hydropower demands rise, and quality decreases, as both populations and economies grow, all exacerbated by climate change.
OSU Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation offers focused research, collaborative facilitations and skills-building Workshops for countries and stakeholders in shared basins.
($750k) would help promote peace, environmental protection, and sustainable development through enhanced transboundary water education, outreach, and research:
To learn more about the Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation, view the program overview.
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