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Transboundary water governance needs an intergenerational perspective

The opinions and desires of young researchers and youth action groups should be considered when planning solutions to water-related challenges at local and global scales.

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  1. Peace and Security Monitor: Challenges in The Mediterranean Region (Peace Humanity, 2022);

  2. Youth Vision for Water: On the Road to UN Water Conference 2023 (WYPW, 2022);

  3. COP27 Global Youth Statement (COY17, 2022);

  4. Transboundary Water Governance; Adaptation to Climate Change (eds Sanchez, J. C & Roberts, J.) (IUCN, 2014);

  5. Transboundary Water Management in Africa: Challenges for Development Cooperation (eds Scheumann, W. & Neubert, S.) (SSOAR, 2006);

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Khèdr, Y. Transboundary water governance needs an intergenerational perspective. Nat Water 1, 210–211 (2023).

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