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New Mexico Water Dialogue’s 26th Annual Meeting
BUILDING WATER RESILIENCE FOR NEW MEXICO COMMUNITIES
The New Mexico Water Dialogue has been holding annual, statewide meetings for 25 years. This year we focus on building resilience.
As our climate changes, temperatures rise with greater extremes between hot and cold, and droughts and floods become more severe. Resilience is the capacity of a system to respond to disturbance by resisting damage and recovering quickly.
Speakers include David Gutzler, UNM, an overview of what New Mexico can expect and Melinda Harm Benson, UNM, on resilience as a lens for governance.