Managing Rio Grande Brings Challenges, Conflicts

19 Jul 2016 by Local Press Report
VIENNA
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The Rio Grande (called Rio Bravo in Mexico) is the lifeline to an expansive desert in the southwest USA and northern Mexico. From Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico, over 3000 km, people depend on the river to quench their thirst and irrigate their crops. The river also forms the boundary between the USA and Mexico for 2034 km. Yet as the river flows from the US, along the border, and into Mexico, it brings with it conflicts and challenges.

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