The Oregonian: Of Oregon's 31 Water Bottlers, None as Controversial as Nestle

March 6, 2015
Nearly everywhere the world's largest food and beverage company eyes a water source, controversy follows. Oregon is home to 31 bottled water companies, and only Nestl� is controversial enough to flood state officials' inboxes with protest emails.
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Radio Farda: Isfahan, Iran Has Difficult Decisions About Water

March 5, 2015
Radio Farda, part of Radio Free Europe, interviews Dr. Michael Campana regarding the Zayandeh River, which runs through Isfahan into the Gavkhoni Wetlands. The interview can be heard in Persian here.
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Monocle 24: The Globalist: A Look at the World’s Water Supply

February 10, 2015
Monocle 24 is a 24-hour London based radio station with the morning news program, “The Globalist.”  As part of a three part series, The Globalist interviews Dr. Aaron Wolf and Dr. Peter Gleick to talk about the world’s water supply and the potential for conflict and cooperation.
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Alaska Public Media: Shared Waters: Conflict, Cooperation, and Transformation

December 17, 2014
Alaska World Affairs Council and KSKA Public Radio hosts Dr. Aaron Wolf as part of Alaska World Affairs Council Presents in Anchorage, Alaska.  This podcast of Dr. Wolf’s presentation discusses shared waters, conflict, cooperation, and transformation.
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Report: Water, Temperature Changes Not Central Drivers of Sub-Sahara Africa Conflicts

December 16, 2014
As forecasts for global climate change become increasingly dire, a growing body of research is focused on untangling the links between human violence and events like heatwaves, droughts, and floods.
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Plan to Tow Thirst-quenching Icebergs to Africa is on Ice

October 31, 2014
A project conceived to solve water shortages by towing icebergs from the poles to regions such as Africa and South America is still awaiting funding to progress, despite plans to start tests two years ago.
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Seeking Headwater of Peace

September 29, 2014
Can a massive dam on Ethiopia’s Blue Nile River become a “platform for peace” in the parched lands of Africa? Or will it instead spark new conflicts among neighboring nations?
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Vulnerabilities to hydropower development on the Nu River, China

June 30, 2014
China’s active hydropower development is commanding global attention. New cascades of large dams are planned on large transboundary rivers and smaller dams are being rapidly built on their tributaries. Downstream nations and international conservation organizations are becoming increasingly concerned.
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Call for Applications: Scholarship for Water Cooperation and Peace - Joint Master Programme

June 23, 2014
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (UNESCO-IHE), the University for Peace (UPEACE) and Oregon State University (OSU), institutions with a unique range of expertise, have jointly developed a new Master programme on Water Cooperation and Peace, which has been endorsed by UNESCO’s “From Potential Conflict to Cooperation Potential PCCP” programme.
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IWW Interim Director Todd Jarvis publishes book on Conflict Resolution and Groundwater

June 16, 2014
In this newly released book, Dr. Jarvis explores the unique challenges and issues surrounding the governance and management of groundwater.   Through case studies and first-hand accounts, Dr. Jarvis shares insights gained through his 30 years of experience as a consulting groundwater hydrologist, professional mediator, and academic researcher.
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