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Water scarcity has become a growing concern in many regions around the world, including the San Diego, CA and Tijuana, MX border region Water is a valuable resource that sustains all life on earth, and the San Diego/Tijuana border region is no exception. With increasing population growth, urbanization, and changing climate patterns on both sides of the border, the demand for water resources has significantly outstripped its availability in this region. As a result, it has become essential tounderstand the extent and impacts of water scarcity, and to develop innovative and sustainable solutions that can mitigate its effects.
blog, climate, water, intersection, border, Mexico, drought, economy
Environmental Sciences | Nonprofit Administration and Management | Sustainability
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Aquino, Avery and Berry, Darbi, "Understanding Binational Water Scarcity" (2023). San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative. 30.