Water Crisis Offers Chance for Unity over Strife

July 30, 2011
The planet is currently home to 276 international river basins, which cover almost a half of the earth's land surface and are home to 40 percent of the global population.
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Transboundary Water Basins, Climate Change, Variability, & Institutional Resilience

July 28, 2011
When Aaron Wolf, professor in the Department of Geoscience at Oregon State University, and his colleagues first looked at the dynamics behind water conflict in their Basins at Risk study, they found that a lot of the issues they'd assume would lead to conflict, like scarcity or economic growth, didn't necessarily.
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Columbia River: Building Resilience into the Treaty

July 28, 2011
Aaron Wolf discusses the Columbia River issues given the potential for change in status of the Columbia River Treaty in 2024.
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Updating Basins at Risk: Transboundary Water Conflict & Cooperation

July 28, 2011
Aaron Wolf discusses key indicators of international freshwater conflict and cooperation that help identify and evaluate international river basins at potential risk for future conflict.
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A World Cup Every Month

June 20, 2011
There has never been an occasion in history when arguments between nations over water have been a cassus belli. That’s the encouraging view from Oregon State University’s Aaron Wolf who specialises in water resources policy and conflict resolution and who addressed the recent SA Water & Energy Forum with great authority. But is that about to change?
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Water Wars: Hydropotential or Hydrohype?

April 15, 2011
Transboundary water issues affect nearly everyone. There are 276 international river basins and the United Nations has defined nearly 300 transboundary aquifers.
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Water Politics & Security in Africa: Interview with Prof. Aaron Wolf

February 18, 2011
The Africa Regional Media Hub interviews Professor Aaron Wolf of Oregon State University on Water Politics & Security in Africa.
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Tapping Spirituality to Help Resolve Global Water Conflicts

October 22, 2010
Aaron Wolf is both a professor of geography at Oregon State University and a trained mediator in conflict resolution -- two professions he has melded together when working on the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as numerous disputes in central and southeast Asia and Africa.
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Countdown on the Columbia- Deadline looms for the river that turned darkness to dawn

October 2, 2010
As we grow up, we have new experiences. We learn something we didn’t know before. We consider others. Make discoveries. Make mistakes. We fail and we succeed.
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Mapping the Resilience of International River Basins to Future Climate Change-Induced Water Variability

September 8, 2010
Transboundary watercourses pose a variety of challenges to the management of water resources.
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