The twin threats of climate change and loss of biodiversity on Earth are mobilizing scientists and policy makers to help ensure a future for humanity. The stakes could not be higher. This is the key message of the Living Earth Collaborative at WashU.
Having worked in Haiti for more than 30 years, Lora Iannotti has witnessed the country’s dire health problems and specifically, the lack of young child nutrition in resource-poor settings.
In her award-winning book, Diana Montaño explores the perspectives of users of electricity on the ground—people and their ambitions in how they employ technologies.