Prize competition for collective action on groundwater
Diminishing or polluted groundwater reserves are set to be a problem of our generation. Across Central and South America various collective action projects have sprung up to address the challenge.
To further explore the unique challenges of dealing with this ‘wicked problem’ the Latin American Water Funds Partnership and partners such as TNC are launching a prize competition with $30k worth of prizes. Explore the themes we adress Here
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