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Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE)

The Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) works with communities to promote sustainable use and management of resources. TIDE manages three protected areas along the Maya Mountain Corridor. TIDE conducts research and monitoring within their protected areas in order to make informed management decisions.

Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies

The Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies is a membership based organization consisting of scholars from a diverse background including Anthropology, Archaeology, Art History, Cultural Studies, Economics, Environmental Studies, Ethnomusicology, Film Studies, Gender Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, Political Science, and Sociology.

Geospatial Centroid

The Geospatial Centroid at CSU facilitates campus-wide communication about events, research, and education in geospatial sciences. It acts as both a resource and research center for CSU with a goal of linking information about GIS at CSU and how GIS relates to statewide, regional, and global initiatives.

Todos Santos

The CSU Todos Santos Center is place to find developing programs for faculty who are interested in collaborating with local projects or developing international study opportunities, offering their expertise in a wide variety of topics. The Todos Santos Center also provides opportunities for international experiences for students at CSU, providing them real-world experiences, which are necessary to solve global problems effectively.

Water Center for Latin America and the Caribbean (Centro del Agua)

The Water Center for Latin America and the Caribbean, founded in November 2008, is a joint initiative of Tecnológico de Monterrey, FEMSA Foundation and the Inter-American Development Bank. The Water Center is a place for applied research on issues of use Sustainable water in Latin America and the Caribbean. With an established network of collaborators, it is a good resource for creating and disseminating knowledge for the management and use of water resources in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Water Center for the Humid Tropics of Latin America and the Caribbean

Established in 1992, the Water Center for the Humid Tropics of Latin America and the Caribbean (in Spanish ¨CATHALAC¨- Centro del Agua del Trópico Húmedo para America Latina y el Caribe) is an autonomous international organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development through applied research and development, education, and technology transfer in the areas of integrated watershed management, climate change, environmental modeling and analysis, and risk management in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Global Water Operators Partnership Alliance (GWOPA)

The Global Water Operators Partnership Alliance (GWOPA) is an alliance of partners working towards the common goal of making Water Operators’ Partnerships (WOPs) happens more often and with greater impact. GWOPA is not only a network of operators but also a community of practitioners and stakeholders.

Global Water Intiative

The Global Water Initiative at Colorado State University aims to (1) create new opportunities for students in the international water arena and (2) to bring Colorado water expertise to countries facing critical water issues such as water scarcity, decreasing water quality, flooding, and lack of access to potable water and sanitation.

Rocky Mountain Sustainability & Science Network

The Rocky Mountain Sustainability & Science Network represents an effective multi-institutional collaboration in education and research, and develops a diverse mix of future leaders who are prepared to address sustainability, uncertainty and change on a global scale.

Latin American Studies Association

The Latin American Studies Association brings together experts on Latin America from all disciplines. Their mission is to foster intellectual discussion, research, and teaching on Latin America and the Caribbean.

Latin American Students and Scholar Association

The Latin American Students and Scholars Organization (LASSO) is open to all CSU students, scholars, family, and friends. Their goal is to provide a sense of community, academic opportunities, and professional development to our members.

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