Webchat: Managing Water Conflict and Cooperation Online Discussion

ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko answers water questions from Chennai, Tbilisi, Paris, and elsewhere around the world

Jun 07, 2005

Water is rarely the cause of major conflict between countries; however, competing needs from agriculture, dams, recreational users, and ecosystems fuel disputes that can worsen existing tensions. Despite the challenges posed by transboundary water basins and diminishing water supplies, governments and local groups from countries around the world have developed creative solutions to water shortages and sharing resources.

Join Geoffrey Dabelko, Director of the Environmental Change and Security Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and contributing author of State of the World 2005 for an in-depth look at water conflicts around the world and how communities and governments are finding cooperative solutions and preventing conflict.

Read the Discussion: http://www.worldwatch.org/live/discussion/109/



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  • Roger-Mark De Souza // Director of Population, Environmental Security and Resilience, Wilson Center
  • Sandeep Bathala // Senior Program Associate, Environmental Change and Security Program, Maternal Health Initiative
  • Katharine Diamond // Program Assistant, Environmental Change and Security Program
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  • Sean Peoples // Multimedia Producer and Program Associate, Environmental Change and Security Program
  • Geoffrey D. Dabelko // Senior Advisor, Environmental Change and Security Program
  • Ruth Greenspan Bell // Public Policy Scholar
  • William Krist // Senior Policy Scholar
  • Louise Lief // Public Policy Scholar
  • John W. Sewell // Senior Scholar