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Implications of Shifting Timing in Water Availability in Eastern Washington

Image of the Columbia River near Wanapum Dam

Read more about changing water supplies and demands across eastern Washington in this article based on research led by the Washington Water Research Center in partnership with WSU’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Ecology’s Office of Columbia River.


Photo: Jennifer Stephens/OCR (2017)

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World Water Week  

World Water Week

Seeds of change: Innovative Solutions for a Water-Wise World

Organized by: Stockholm International Water Institute

August 20-24, 2023

Hybrid event: Online and in Stockholm, Sweeden

World Water Week 2023 is focused on innovation at a time of unprecedented challenges. The theme Seeds of Change: Innovative Solutions for a Water-Wise World invites us to rethink how we manage water. Which ideas, innovations, and governance systems will we need in a more unstable and water scarce world? This year, much of the content will build on discussions at the UN 2023 Water Conference and commitments to the Water Action Agenda.

Learn more and register at the World Water Week website.