SESYNC Researchers Publish Policy Commentary in Science

Aug 06, 2015

Building engineered structures, such as dams and dikes, has been the conventional approach to water management. Some suggest that such “gray” infrastructure make way for “green” ecosystem-based approaches. In this second of three debates, Science invited arguments for how these approaches can address the challenge of building the water security of rapidly growing societies worldwide.

Co-authors including Margaret Palmer, Director of the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC); John Matthews, Principal Investigator of the SESYNC synthesis team "Eco-Engineering Resilience"; and Paolo D'Odorico, SESYNC Sabbatical Fellow write in support of managing water in a green way.

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