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Newsletter Sep, 2021

Shared Waters
Shared Waters
Welcome to the Newsletter of the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters!
During the last three months, we had amazing events that we want to share with you!

Support us!
Don’t forget to make donations to the Forum. We are working hard to bring you the most exciting events and news about transboundary water issues.
We are also expanding our services to the community. Wait for more!
We celebrated our first year!
Thanks to everyone that made possible this first year of collaboration.
We made a revision of the status of the PFBW and received a lot of feedback from the community.
Thanks to all participants!
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
This is what happens when a group of scientists tries to draw the binational waters between US-Mex.

Thank you for this first year of #Transboundary #Water collaboration! https://t.co/fPe5aDKFN3
One year Anniversary 2021 (English)
One year Anniversary 2021 (English)
Our Art for Water contest winners!
We had winners of our Art for Water contest. Thanks to all participants for their amazing pieces of art, and don’t forget to take a look at our gallery.
Save the date for our upcoming award ceremony scheduled for Oct 19!
Permanent Forum of Binational Waters
We have winners of our Art for Water contest! 💧🎨 Congratulations! 🎉
Many thanks to all the participants for sharing with us their work, talent, and enthusiasm.
A certificate of participation will be sent to all, and we will soon contact the winners.

Water Unite Us https://t.co/VSm0zuTmui
Women in Science!
In our last chapter of Women in Science, we met Julieta Díaz, Operational Manager of the Río Bravo River Basin Council. Follow their work along the border.
Open Mic: Mujeres en la Ciencia
Open Mic: Mujeres en la Ciencia
Upcoming Events
Join us for our next Coffee Break this October 1, from 4 to 5:30 pm CT! The hot topic will be The Rio Colorado and the New Normal Water Conditions.
Join us with this zoom link.
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