Water and Environmental Problem Solving
Managing our water resources and environmental problem solving present crucial challenges of the 21st century. One third of the world’s population today lives in water-stressed countries. By 2025, projections show that two thirds of the total population is at risk of severe water scarcity. Interdisciplinary problem solving is an innovation that addresses complex problems more rationally, practically, and morally than use of traditional disciplinary methods. CWR draws on more than 25 years of training and experience in a wide range of disciplines including policy, law, mediation, hydrology, and biology. Whether you are looking for assistance with the development of new water supplies, environmental problem solving, navigating the requirements of complying with the Endangered Species Act, or establishing land and conservation programs, CWR has the experience and knowledge you will need.