December, 2016

Rob Goodier

An Overdue Remodel of India’s Artisanal Fishing Industry

December 29, 2016

In 2004, the earthquake in the Indian Ocean and the tsunami it triggered splintered fishing villages along the coasts of...

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Rob Goodier

Recycling on Tricycles in Lagos: Five Questions with Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola

December 23, 2016

Like many major cities in the throes of economic development, Lagos has a trash collection problem. But with a population estimated at...

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Rob Goodier

The case for open source design in low-cost medical patient transport

December 21, 2016

People who need medical care in rural developing countries can be stranded by long distances to clinics, a lack...

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Rob Goodier

Meet Yi Wei, ‘Sexy’ Loo Designer & One of More than 200 E4C Volunteers

December 19, 2016

Yi Wei, Director of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene at iDE is one of more than 200 volunteers who has dedicated...

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Rob Goodier

Our Most Popular Webinars of the Year, from Behavior Change to 3D Printing in Disasters

In a year that started with a webinar on Food Security and ended with Electronic Medical Records in Low-Resource Settings, we have seen...

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Jon Cloke

Low Carbon Transitions and the Tyranny of Scale

December 15, 2016

If you asked people involved in renewable energy and development (engineers, academics, business people or civil society) what the...

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Kevin M Passino

Humanitarian Engineering Principle Seven: Understand Impact from Social Context

December 14, 2016

This is the seventh in a series of principles based on the textbook Humanitarian Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People,...

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Brett Abele

Field Report: The Redesign of a Modular Greenhouse in Mozambique

December 8, 2016

I arrived in Mozambique with my orders laid out, create proper data collection systems, interface potential customers, and work...

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Ben Taylor

London’s SkyCycle: Imagining a World Without Cars

December 7, 2016

London, the home of arts, entertainment, business, celebrity lifestyles and a fantastic example of too many peas in one...

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