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TGR Seminar Bi-Monthly Series - October

Featuring Frédéric Guarino

This special Seminar Series presentation will serve to spread awareness of the UN Conference of the Parties (COP)15 being held in Montreal, Canada, on December 7‑19, 2022. This biodiversity conference will convene to bring together varying governmental parties from around the world to discuss the future of nature preservation and construct the necessary framework to build a robust plan evaluating the impacts society poses on the environment. 
Join us on October 20th for this call for virtual participation in a one-hour TGR seminar series presentation by Frédéric Guarino. A 20-minute Q&A session will follow Guarino's 40-minute presentation.
Join this free, virtual seminar on
October 20
9:00 - 10:00 AM MT 
Register here!
After more than 15 years in technological innovation and marketing strategy, Frédéric pivoted to academia in 2021, and is now a lecturer at the University of Sherbrooke, at the Peace Innovation Institute in The Hague, and at the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford. Frédéric's work is at the intersection of technology (AI), water geopolitics, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. He is a journalist by training and has lived and worked in the US, France, Switzerland, Japan and Canada.

He is co-organizing the virtual (online) green zone of the COP15 biodiversity event, which takes place in Montreal from December 7-19, 2022.
COP15 and the virtual green zone presents the opportunity to showcase TGR-related work and to also connect with non-governmental organizations and biodiversity advocates from across the globe. Frédéric Guarino, one of the co-organizers of the virtual green zone, will share more details about the event and how you can participate.
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Transboundary Groundwater Resiliency Research Transitions to Transboundary Groundwater Resilience!

At the first Annual Workshop, held September 28-29, 2022, the leadership team announced Transboundary Groundwater Resilience (TGR) as the new network title to better describe the impacts and scope of the project. The efforts of TGR do not begin and end with research, and the updated name reflects the network's aim of connecting stakeholders and researchers in support of improved decision-making outcomes for transboundary water systems.
Participate in the Updated TGR
Network of Networks Survey!

Based on feedback from our volunteers and from those who completed the original survey, the TGR team has created a new Network of Networks survey to better suit the needs of our members and collaborators. The questions are tailored based on whether someone is filling it out for themselves, their institution, or their network. Additional questions have also been added (e.g., Where are you in your career?) to help the TGR team understand how we can improve our activities and better serve our networks.
Click here to participate in the new survey!
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