Despite the Global Water Center’s focus on math and science based solutions for the world’s water problem, two of the 13 projects, WATERMARKS: An Atlas of Water and the City of Milwaukee, Water Law and Policy Initiative, venture from traditional solutions.

Jeanne Hossenlop, the Vice President for Research and Innovation, mentioned the importance of involving perspectives from different disciplines.

“Responsible stewardship of the world’s resources, including water requires consideration of law and policy issues, governmental processes, ethical considerations, educational needs, and a fundamental need to understand how people interact with the world around them (including through the arts),” Hossenlop said.

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