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Water and Climate Change in Mexico 2007-2012

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This document was commissioned by the Conagua due to the growing need to systematize the different actions carried out by the water community in Mexico to face the impacts of climate change. In the majority of cases, these actions have arisen spontaneously in recent years given the needs of each organization and administrative area of the Conagua to incorporate new practices, considerations and modalities in order to carry out as efficiently as possible their daily tasks, faced with the significant uncertainty represented by current climate conditions, and the even greater uncertainty in the future. It is important to highlight that the water community is initiating a collective learning process in this field, although water resources management, by definition, has always been about dealing with changing climate conditions – only not at the same scale.

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