18 February

The ‘poo-litics’ of inaccessible sanitation and why international development needs to lead the way – Hiba Ahmad

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One in four people[1] are unable to access basic water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services due to a systemic lack of investment in fundamental infrastructure. Access to sanitation in particular is vital to public health, but however much we like to think of it as a technical problem that can be solved by technical solutions [...]

12 May

Climate citizen assemblies: Taking the rebellion mainstream – Lucy Stone

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This article is the second in a series on climate change by the Agulhas Climate Change Unit. More articles in the series can be found on the News and Views page.  The UK public are now more worried about climate change than they have ever been. A recent poll by BEIS showed that 80% were concerned [...]

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