AquaPedia is envisioned as a reliable, relevant, and readily available water information and wisdom from cast studies with boundary crossing characteristics collected and synthesized by users and producers of explicit (water information) and tacit (water wisdom) knowledge.
AquaPedia was originally developed at Tufts University. The initial content of the AquaPedia consists of case studies drawn from the Tufts Fall 2008 University Seminar on Water and Diplomacy: Integration of Science, Engineering, and Negotiations.
We are currently in the process of growing an interactive knowledge base that provides powerful options for organizing, analyzing, and synthesizing information and wisdom about boundary-crossing water problems throughout the world. Learn more about how you can participate in this project at aquapedia.waterdiplomacy.org