Troubled Waters: Climate Change, Hydropolitics, and Transboundary Resources
Troubled Waters: Climate Change, Hydropolitics, and Transboundary Resources examines the multiple challenges that global climate change raises for the management of shared freshwater resources. Regional experts and Stimson analysts assess the prospective risks to human security, evaluate the possibilities for cooperative responses, and explore how policies and institutions can evolve to ensure sustainable water supplies in a warming world.
Stimson's Regional Voices: Transnational Challenges project is devoted to enhancing the information and analysis available to policymakers about emerging transnational security challenges in the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Africa. For more information on the project, please visit www.stimson.org/programs/regional-voices.
Cover photos: Les Penuries D'eau Pourraient Tripler Avec le Rechauffement, India © 2006 STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images;
2007-BG-Noorani-0505, Bangladesh, River Bleeds Black Series © 2007 Shehzad Noorani