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Newsletter Jun, 2021

Shared Waters
Shared Waters
Welcome to the Newsletter of the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters! We are thankful to be able to continue sharing a holistic, socialized and science-based understanding of the Binational Waters between Mexico and the United States.

Support us!
This forum is for you and we need your support to keep growing and expanding our services to the community.
First Anniversary!
An special event is coming! We are celebrating our first year of collaborative efforts across the US-Mexico border!
Save the date July 9, 2021 at 4:00 to 5:30 (CT)
Follow our social media and web page to keep updated.
Upcoming Events
We are glad to invite you to our Fundraising event A Call for Art to Call for Water.
This event has three purposes:
  1. To raise awareness about the urgency of focusing our energy on the sustainable use of water.
  2. To use art as a driver to engage our communities into water issues.
  3. To celebrate the first year of the creation of the PFBW through a fundraising campaign.
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
We are happy to invite you to our Art Contest and Fundraising event! 🎨💧
Check the information in the link below, and share it with your friends!

The prize will consist of 200 USD for the first place of each category! 💰

https://t.co/vzkYOCFrEo https://t.co/5VlDmiFuOs
Coffee Breaks
The last month we hosted our Coffee Break entitled Overcoming Divided Governance: Can we improve the management of transboundary groundwater through binational cooperation?
Coffee Break: May 2021: Overcoming Divided Governance - English
Coffee Break: May 2021: Overcoming Divided Governance - English
You can follow our previous Coffee Breaks and programs from our web page.
Women in Science
We have launched three main projects/initiatives and we are working to strengthen and support women through platforms to provide visibility, encourage collaboration and propose safe spaces to promote their research, challenges, and experiences.
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
Welcome to another episode in the #WomenInScience #OpenMic series. This time we had a dialogue with Helaine Berris, who is doing a double Master's degree at the @ucdavis in International Agricultural Development and Hydrological Sciences.

https://t.co/KfwIaxV4fN
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
Welcome to another episode in the #WomenInScience #OpenMic series. This time we had a dialogue with Helaine Berris, who is doing a double Master's degree at the @ucdavis in International Agricultural Development and Hydrological Sciences.

https://t.co/KfwIaxV4fN
Women in Science: Epison 2: Helaine
Women in Science: Epison 2: Helaine
Open Mic
Follow our Open Mic series! In this one, Rosario Sánchez tell us how to enhance the binational cooperation in the US - Mex Border.
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
Join us to our #OpenMic program 🎙️ where Dr. Rosario Sanchez (@PhDRosarioSF) and Dr. Samuel Sandoval (@samuelsandoval) talk about the current challenges and opportunities of groundwater along the border: Multidisciplinary research

Part 6/6

https://t.co/tr6JA7rEDg
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