A robust program of presentations and panel discussions is planned for the second annual US-Mexico Border Water Summit in Las Cruces, NM, on April 23-25, 2019.

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View Results for Breakout Sessions:

A. What are the policy and management differences for drought vs aridification?
Moderator: Gilbert Anaya, International Boundary and Water Commission

B. How can we share more transboundary information and data?
Moderator: Dagmar Llewellyn, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

C. How can we better utilize climate data?
Moderator: David DuBois, New Mexico State University

D. How should we address salinity issues in water and soil?
Moderator: Manoj Shukla, New Mexico State University

E. How can we overcome barriers to implementation of new technologies?
Moderator: Randy Shaw, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

F. How do we improve public education/engagement on water conservation, reuse, and desalination issues?
Moderator: Lisa Franklin Rosendorf, El Paso Water

G. Is there interest in re-establishing a New Mexico-Texas Water Commission?
Moderator: Adrienne Widmer, Las Cruces Utilities

H. What are the collaboration, social, and technical barriers to One Water approaches?
Moderator: Shane Walker, The University of Texas at El Paso