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Water, Equity and Security

Protecting and Ensuring Equitable Access to a Vital Resource

Climate change effects on water security are increasing rapidly in severity and frequency. The natural disasters they cause do not discriminate geographically, but their effects do. Geographies around the world exhibit racially and ethnically charged patterns of heightened risk and weakened resilience, yet many efforts toward equity treat the notions of people, history, and ethnography as separate from those of access, space, and place. The intersections here illustrate opportunities for advancing place-based, geospatial, and participatory research methods. We work towards joining these social and physical landscapes towards equitable, reparative solutions to disaster resilience in housing, infrastructure, mobility, policy, health, and more.

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