INTRODUCTION

Baja California Sur has the lowest annual rainfall of any state in Mexico. The great challenge of water management is exacerbated by geographic isolation, population growth, overexploitation of groundwater aquifers, seawater intrusion, pollution and the progressive development on water recharge areas.
The complexity of this problem has led us to establish an action plan for the long term but with immediate actions, focusing on the municipality of La Paz since it is where most people reside in the state.

PROJECTS

PUBLICATIONS


LA PAZ’S WATER HISTORY




GALLERY

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WATER HARVESTING WORKSHOP

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WATER HARVESTING IN THE MORELOS HIGHSCHOOL, LA PAZ, BCS

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SIERRAS LAS TRINCHERAS AND EL NOVILLO, BCS

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND CONSERVATION MODULE: AQUIFER RECHARGE AT EL CIRUELITO, BCS

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ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES PAYMENT PROGRAM AT LOS TAMALES, BCS

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PHOTO ESSAY CONTEST OF THE CAMPAIGN “WATER DOESN’T COME FROM THE FAUCET, IT COMES FROM THE SIERRAS”

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FIELD WORKSHOPS

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WATER EXPO 2013

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WINNERS OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH AND WATER AWARD 2012

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URBAN WATER HARVESTING WORKSHOP