These papers engage the complex ways household water insecurity intersects with other large processes and phenomena, including, but not limited to: climate change, health, technological change, mobility and migration, food insecurity, energy insecurity, conflict and social mobilization. This set of papers examines the complexities of household water provisioning systems, the issues of informality and formality, and water security strategies that challenge normalized or institutionalized definitions and metrics of water access.
Our intent is to curate contributions for publication, based on participant interest. These paper sessions with complement other HWISE RCN vents, including a World Café, Lightning Poster Session, and Panel. For more information on the NSF-funded Household Water Insecurity Experiences Research Coordination Network (HWISE RCN), please check out the website hwise-rcn.org.
|Presenter||Nupur Joshi*, University of Arizona - Geography & Development, Hybrid Waters: Informal Water Provision and Household Water Security in Informal Settlements of Nairobi||15||11:50 AM|
|Presenter||Wendy Jepson*, Texas A&M University, Paula Tomaz, Federal University of Ceara, Brazil, Jader Santos, Federal University of Ceara, Urban Water Insecurity in Northeast Brazil - Perspectives from the Margins||15||12:05 PM|
|Presenter||Yasmina Choueiri*, UC Davis Geography Graduate Group, Informal Water Systems: Embedded Energy and Water Affordability||15||12:20 PM|
|Presenter||Dinko Hanaan Dinko*, University of Denver, Escaping water insecurity in north-eastern Ghana||15||12:35 PM|
|Presenter||Noura Wahby*, University of Cambridge, Governing Cairo’s Urban Waters: Tracing Informality, Inequality and Citizenships in poor and elite areas||15||12:50 PM|
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