Two months after “Cross‑sectional survey in Central African Republic finds mortality 4‑times higher than UN statistics” was published, wondering why the world does not care.
Moving towards a year-round picture of household rainwater harvesting by combining climate and household survey data
A modelling approach to estimate the seasonal household variation in harvested rainwater availability to gap-fill the data and knowledge for SDG monitoring, spatially targeted field surveys to assess harvesting systems, and demand for potential system upgrades.
Just before my dad passed away in December of 2016, we took one final drive around my hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. We visited our old neighborhoods, my childhood homes, and my old schools. Things had not gotten better since I’d left Jackson, some 20 years before. In fact, they’d gotten worse.
Extreme events related to water can affect human security in many ways. The interconnection among climate, water resources and violent conflicts is particularly complex, because of the important role played by political and socio-economic dynamics.