Development work is complicated. Ask anyone with experience in it. Take, for example, this New York Times story about African fishers taking their bed nets to the waterways. These nets, distributed by the millions in efforts to prevent malaria, were intended to keep families safe from nighttime mosquito bites. But villagers, driven by hunger, have […]
In California migrant communities, tap water’s dirty legacy rests on years of contamination. Many residents turn to bottled water—or sugary drinks, which compound the area’s health problems. The Atlantic’s CityLab reports.