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What is the TAPP project?

The APN Transboundary Aquifers Pilot Project (TAPP) aims to collaborate on joint solutions in a binational manner, ensuring informed decisions are made by the governments on both sides of the border.




The APN Transboundary Aquifers Pilot Project aims to collaborate on joint strategies at binational scale, ensuring informed decisions are made by stakeholders on both sides of the border.


The Permanent Forum of Binational Waters is working on a cross-border project to raise awareness about conservation of shared aquifers between Mexico and the United States.


A shared resource like an aquifer needs to be managed using both the physical science and the social science to preserve its richness and socio-political values across different cultures and stakeholders.


For a responsible management of shared groundwater, scientists on both sides of the border study the behavior of the Allende-Piedras Negras aquifer to raise awareness about water conservation.

The APN Transboundary Aquifers Pilot Project aims to collaborate on joint strategies at binational scale, ensuring informed decisions are made by stakeholders on both sides of the border.

The Permanent Forum of Binational Waters is working on a cross-border project to raise awareness about conservation of shared aquifers between Mexico and the United States.

A shared resource like an aquifer needs to be managed using both the physical science and the social science to preserve its richness and socio-political values across different cultures and stakeholders.

For a responsible management of shared groundwater, scientists on both sides of the border study the behavior of the Allende-Piedras Negras aquifer to raise awareness about water conservation.