April 13, 2014
The Big Design Questions | Is a technology appropriate if it violates cultural norms?
contributor: Khanjan Mehta
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Pollution looks a little different in impoverished communities. It can look like years of exposure to a smoky wood-burning stove in a closed kitchen, and it can look like sewage in the ground water after a heavy rain. Collectively, the forms that pollution takes kill as many as one in seven people worldwide, according to the Global Alliance on Health and Pollution. Here, the alliance explains the problem and lets...
Our guest contributor reports on an issue discussed at this year’s International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), held at Columbia University in New York,...
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