Wilson Center Event Focuses On Water As Tool For Resilience In Crisis Settings

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: Water as a Tool for Resilience in Times of Crisis
Amanda King, program assistant for the Wilson Center’s Global Risk and Resilience Program, discusses remarks made by panelists at a recent Wilson Center event on water as a tool for resilience. Panelists included David De Armey, director of International Partnerships for Water for Good; Cynthia Brady, former senior peacebuilding and conflict adviser at USAID’s Center for Resilience; Erika Weinthal, Lee Hill Snowdon professor of environmental policy at Duke University; Abigail Jones, water and sanitation adviser at the Water Office in USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment; and Basil Mahayni, deputy director of USAID’s Sustainable Water Partnership at Tetra Tech (5/30).

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