This course will offer you an approach to understand water issues across transboundary river/aquifer basins. It will describe the underlying concepts behind sharing waters, legal and theoretical principles and techniques. It also addresses the specific case of shared waters between the United States and Mexico and a different approach to understand BiNational waters cooperation using a simple metaphor. This course will provide you will elements to acknowledge the potential of shared watercourses as drivers for cooperation, but also, a change in the current international paradigm.
After checkout you will receive an email confirmation with a “link” to access the online-course. You will need to register on the first visit to the education platform “BiNational Institute”. If you have previously registered via a link provided after a donation you can simply return to the Institute by clicking here and log back in.
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