Not a Drop to Drink: a study of waterborne disease among indigenous peoples of the Andes

“Yo creo que esa lucha contra la privatización es una lucha contra la muerte. La lucha por la vida… por que la vida siga siendo una vida donde nuestros hijos, nuestros nietos y nosotros podamos disfrutar, ¿no? Es una lucha entre una vida digna, una vida con alegría, o una vida con sometimiento, con amargura, …

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The Drought Disparity: a case study of drought in Niger and Australia

When many of us think of natural disasters, we think of monstrous hurricanes, deadly tornadoes, and powerful earthquakes. However, there is another deadly disaster that causes billions of dollars in damage each year and can cause widespread hunger and disease. Drought can ravage environments and inflict suffering on large populations. While hurricanes destroy coastlines and …

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The Elwha River and Glines Canyon Dams and their effects on the Lower Elwha Klallam people

The Elwha River of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington has been home to an abundance of plants, animals, and native peoples for thousands of years. Its natural form seemed designed for salmon spawning, and for years the salmon stock had always been plentiful. Because of this the salmon became sacred to the Lower Elwha Klallam …

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Water Scarcity, Pollution, and Corruption in China and the effects on Citizen Activism

Introduction Over the past thirty years, China has emerged as a world power, and it now has the second largest economy in the world. This economic boom is the result of its rapid industrialism that started in the late seventies. From 1980-1990 China saw a ten percent growth in its GDP, and the country’s industrialism …

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The Wells Project: Miami University

The Wells Project: Miami University The Wells Project is a campus outreach through Living Water International whose goal is to save lives through clean water for Jesus. I am honored to get to be part of such an amazing organization that serves so many people around the world, all with a Gospel-centered mission. To learn …

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