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2017 THG Year in Review Highlights

WRAP-Up Annual Progress Report


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Description: Summit

U. S. Congressman Rodney Davis (R, IL-13)
provides kick off remarks

On October 12, THG in partnership with the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation gathered in Washington, DC to convene this year’s Summit entitled, The Future of Transboundary Water Management – Cooperation, Informed Decision-Making, and Empowering Local Actors.

This year’s Summit discussed implications of big data management for improving the human condition from the conflict-torn Jordan River in the Middle East, to the complicated water rights of the Western United States, to the Mississippi River’s cyclic drought and abundance.

An impressive lineup of presenters, as well as key capacity and community builders, discussed the use of big data management for societal change. Focus was placed on how an over-abundance of data can be handled effectively to guide decisions by science and fact, rather than conjecture and politics. Further discussion centered on efficient integration of the humanities into leadership and policy decisions while meeting the challenges of 21st century communities and landscapes.

To download the Summit Proceedings, click here.

To access all Summit-related resources, click here.

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WRAP-Up Annual Progress Report

Description: WRAP

The Water Resources Action Project (WRAP) has concluded another successful year of environmental peacebuilding through water stewardship and education projects. WRAP’s 2017 Progress Report provides all the latest project updates, major milestones from this past year, and a look at what’s on the horizon for 2018.

To read WRAP’s 2017 Progress Report, click here.

To donate to this impactful cause, click here.