“But this is a single natural region, and a connected social landscape as well, despite the barrier.”
Temporary Paradise? (1974)
The Bi-National Border KAN explores opportunities for developing a region of confluence that shares water, energy, land, culture, and economy. We are particularly interested in the establishment of bi-cultural institutions and joint actions toward environmental solutions.
APPLY HERE to fill one of the following knowledge areas on the Bi-National Border KAN.
Architecture / Landscape Architecture / Environmental Design
Land Use Governance & Planning
Natural Resource Management / Environmental Protection