I received the following email from Amanda C. Repella of the Tufts/MIT/Harvard Water Diplomacy Program a few days ago. It was a most worthwhile request. Here are the salient points:
The AquaPedia Case Study Database is a wiki-style resource created for sharing insight and information about water conflicts, especially those that cross physical, sectoral, and political boundaries. It is a way for water professionals – scholars, managers and others – around the world to share what they have learned. AquaPedia is a tool to synthesize our experiences and abilities to address complex water problems around the globe. Right now, you can become a contributing AquaPedia author and member of the Global Water Diplomacy Network, receive technical and editorial support to write and share your case study and earn a financial award of as much as US$500. Help build AquaPedia: Connect Information and Insight to Create Actionable Water Knowledge.
Want to submit a case study? Here is a link to the RFP. Proposals are due on 31 October 2014.
"The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict." - Martin Luther King, Jr.