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Those “dirty people” often aren’t: Our lesson from Ireland

In 2015, we were invited to friendly Dublin, Ireland to collaborate on a new project focusing on the social dimensions of water. At the time, Ireland was in the midst of a highly emotional political crisis, because people were outraged that the government had begun to charge households for water. […]

Haiti, Cholera, and the Downhill Flow of Blame

On two visits his year, I have been working out of an office in a beautiful colonial era villa in Petion-ville, Haiti. ¬†From the 2nd floor terrace, I can drink coffee and enjoy the vista of Jalousie, spilling down the steep hillside behind Port-au-Prince. A jumble of bright Carribbean pastels, […]