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The Story of Urban Water Management Transitions

 

Looking to lessons from the past to inform the future 

Cities face increasing threats to water supplies, but how can they transition towards more sustainable water management? Rapid urbanization, population growth, regulatory frameworks, and multiple competing demands combine to complicate the ability for urban water managers to guarantee future water supplies.

Immersion Workshop: Public Health

Immersion Distinguished Scholar Workshop: Public Health 

Kathryn J. Fiorella, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences and the Masters in Public Health Program, Cornell University

Animal Population Dynamics in the Arctic

Human expansion and climate change, by contributing to rapid changes in many ecological processes, can have dramatic consequences on wildlife. This is especially true for Arctic migratory species, where a mismatch between resource availability and migration arrival date in the breeding range can have cascading effects that reduce reproductive success, causing populations decline.

SESYNC Announces 12 Newly Supported Projects


The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) announces that 12 new inter-disciplinary research projects have been supported. The selected projects were submitted through SESYNC’s spring request for proposals (RFP) for collaborative team-based synthesis research pursuits around emerging socio-environmental synthesis topics.

The projects include eight research Pursuits and four Workshops. More information about the awarded projects can be found below.

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