The drought crisis in the U.S.-Mexico border region is a complex issue with no easy solutions.
However, there are a number of steps that can be taken to mitigate
the effects of the drought and help to ensure a sustainable water future for the region.
Here are some specific examples of what can be done to
address the drought crisis in the U.S.-Mexico border region:
Improve water conservation and efficiency
Develop new sources of water supply
Manage water demand
Adapt to the effects of climate change