The next great water crisis may be under our feet

 In honor of World Water Day 2018, this op-ed was first published on Zilient.org, a news and information hub for resilience practitioners, and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.  By Karen G. Villholth Every day we awaken to new headlines depicting a world in crisis: storms, floods, droughts, refugees, diplomatic conflict, war. As we move…

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New Report: Improving the management of groundwater-dependent ecosystems

The Nature Conservancy (TNC), one of GRIPP’s partners, has recently published a guidance document for identifying and considering groundwater dependent ecosystems (GDEs) when preparing groundwater sustainability plans under California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). The guidance provides a systematic 5-step approach to identify GDEs, determine whether potential effects on GDEs…

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Floods are turned into livelihoods – The MetaMeta-led network on flood-based livelihood systems

Spate irrigation is one type of flood-based livelihood systems where short duration predictable floods are diverted, distributed and managed from seasonal or ephemeral rivers (sometimes called wadis). The region of present-day Yemen is generally considered the first in the world to practice flood-based farming, dating back thousands of years. The…

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IAH: 2017 News at a Glance

The International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), a key Core Partner in the GRIPP Platform, recorded a number of achievements in 2017 that overall helps advance the GRIPP Mission. At the end of 2017, its membership once again exceeded 4100, with members in 133 countries and 46 national chapters. IAH has…

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