The Environment and Social Development initiative aims to contribute to a more environmentally sustainable world, in which all people have fair and optimal opportunities to live full, healthy and productive lives.

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Research from 2019

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Lessons and Policy Implications from the Flint Water Crisis, Amy Krings

Research from 2017

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Seasonal Patterns and Socio-Economic Predictors of Household Rainwater and Greywater Use, Lisa Reyes Mason

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Social Work Research and Global Environmental Change, Lisa Reyes Mason

Research from 2015

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Beyond Improved Access: Seasonal and Multidimensional Water Security in Urban Philippines, Lisa Reyes Mason

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Environment and Social Development, Lisa Reyes Mason

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Examining Relationships Between Household Resources and Water Security in an Urban Philippine Community, Lisa Reyes Mason