The paper presents a study in Rwanda that prepared a new geospatial information products based on Sentinel 1 and Sentinel 2 images that indicates land cover and land use as well as wetland use intensity. This information product is a tool for wetland management:
This research aims to improve understanding of multi-track water diplomacy by identifying interventions by negotiators, academics, and international organizations that will help create an enabling environment for collective action. It compares. It compares face-to-face negotiations among state representatives in the Nile Basin in relation to the CFA and GERD and use uses this to delineate procedural and non-procedural barriers to the negotiations.