She who pays the plumber: Costs of drinking water and sanitation

Posted on 26th June 2018

Kathryn Pharr, Global Water Forum Climate Change Editor, and researcher at the Smith School, reflects on the challenge of delivering water and sanitation provision in developing countries.

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Extreme weather events and population movement in the era of climate change

Posted on 25th June 2018

Doctoral student, Lisa Thalheimer, discusses climate attribution and migration in a post for the Royal Geographical Society’s Population Geography blog.

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Advancing climate resilient water services in Wukro, Ethiopia

Posted on 21st June 2018

A highly variable climate and increasing water demand, make delivering water services in northern Ethiopia a challenge. REACH researchers document recent steps to mainstream climate resilience within water service planning in the region.

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Jakarta’s seawall megaproject and the politicisation of land subsidence 

Posted on 21st June 2018

New research led by Oxford Geography DPhil student, Thanti Octavianti, offers analysis of ‘disaster capitalism’ in the context of Jakarta’s flood policy.

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