The latest issue of SIPA News is now available. The magazine is published twice per year and features articles written by students and faculty at SIPA. The topic for this issue is water. The importance of such a simple substance is underscored in the Dean’s introduction:
With more than 6 billion people on the planet today and the combined effects of global warming and industrial and urban pollution, the supply of water safe enough for drinking, recreation, production, and other uses is becoming scarce. In some parts of the globe, prolonged droughts and other weather events (like the freeze that burst pipes in Ireland last December) or humanitarian crises and refugee camps have already created emergencies that threaten entire populations.
The following are just a few of the articles in this edition:
- As Waters Rise, Environmental Migration Surfaces
- El Niño Drought Leads to Blackouts, Power Rationing, and Political Fallout in Venezuela
- In Cambodia, Development Pushes Ahead at the Expense of a Lake
- A Beachgoer’s Duty: A Surfer and a Fisherman Lead the Way to Curb Runoff Pollution on the JerseyShore
- Mass Freshwater Exports: Alaska’s Latest Cash Crop Heads to India