This video is part of a SESYNC documentary series, called: Research In Action, which explores stories of socio-environmental research teams studying wildfire, invasive insect pathways, and water governance in the United States and beyond.
Increasingly, water resources across the United States are becoming points of conflict for humans and non-humans who depend on water for life. But what factors are driving this trend? This question drove several legal scholars, human geographers and ecologists to work across disciplines to seek solutions.
Watch as the Resilience & Governance team works to better understand the implications of water management decisions and work towards developing a set of tools to help society navigate a more sustainable future.