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 group of papers address the intersections of household water insecurity, socio-technology, and affordability.
These paper sessions with complement other HWISE RCN events, 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||Patrick Thomson*, University of Oxford, Can community management of rural water services deliver health benefits?||15||4:40 PM|
|Presenter||Chad Staddon*, University of the West of England, Range of Choice in Household Water Technologies: cross-sectional analysis of HWISE Survey data||15||4:55 PM|
|Presenter||Cristina Gauthier*, Michigan State University, Basic Sanitation and Groundwater Impacts of large hydroelectric projects in the Amazon||15||5:10 PM|
|Presenter||Justin Stoler*, University of Miami, Amber L Pearson, Michigan State University, Chad Staddon, University of the West of England, Amber Wutich, Arizona State University, Elizabeth Mack, Michigan State University, Alexandra Brewis, Arizona State University, Asher Y Rosinger, Pennsylvania State University, HWISE RCN, (multi-institution), Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low- and middle-income countries||15||5:25 PM|
|Presenter||Bertha Hernandez Aguilar*, Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, Understanding controversial access to water in Mexico City: The case of informal settlements in Xochimilco||15||5:40 PM|
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