Discussion of equity in water policy took center stage during the “Water Sustainability Challenges for the Americas and Role of Science Diplomacy” panel on the third day of the Science Diplomacy and Policy with Focus on the Americas conference in Tucson from Wednesday, Feb. 22, through Friday, Feb. 24.
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U.S. representative Raúl Grijalva said climate change is the greatest danger facing the world right now in his closing speech at the Science Diplomacy and Policy with Focus on the Americas conference in Tucson. Applause erupted from the conference attendees, speakers, panelists and organizers in the audience.
Christina Greene, a Ph.D. student in UA’s School of Geography and Development, has just been awarded a $95,000 fellowship by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study the impacts of drought on rural communities in the San Joaquin Valley of California.
If you happen to be unfortunate enough to be bitten by a coral snake at this point in time, you may arrive at the hospital only to find that there is no antivenom, according to Dr. Leslie Boyer of the UA Venom Immunochemistry, Pharmacology and Emergency Response Institute.
Chants of “water is life!” rang out amid raised fists, hand-written protest signs and the booming sounds of Tohono O’odham drums at the UA standing in solidarity with Standing Rock gathering on the UA Mall earlier today.