By Regina M. Buono, Jill Baggerman and Lindsay C. Sansom
Although the U.S. and Mexico have continued to develop cooperative strategies to manage shared water resources, the Rio Grande River has yet to see needed improvements. In this paper, the authors consider U.S.-Mexico agreements governing the Colorado River, examine the potential for a similar treaty for the Rio Grande River, and offer recommendations to improve stakeholder engagement, binational cooperation and sustainability in that basin.
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May 7, 2021, 12:06 p.m.