Anna Libey

Engineer in Training, graduate of Columbia University and current PhD student at the University of Colorado Boulder in Environmental Engineering. I'm passionate about water, sustainable development, environmental resources, and waste. I'm working on technology evaluation, inclusive participatory design methods, and costing sustainable service delivery of water and sanitation in developing communities.

Anna Libey

Research Brief: Who Pays for Water?

October 23, 2020

In the United States, we take for granted that utilities can deliver affordable water at the turn of a...

Anna Libey

Designing Elephant Repellent in Rural Botswana

September 26, 2018

At nearly 130,000, Botswana is home to more African elephants than all other African countries combined. Those elephants have...


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