By focusing on local communities, public health, and economic development, activists start to move the needle on climate change in the South.
These lessons from rural Africa could help eradicate poverty-related tropical diseases in the U.S. South
Experts look to successes in developing nations to learn how to stop the spread of neglected tropical diseases in the U.S. South.
Collaborations between activists, researchers, engineers, and local governments spur ideas for wastewater improvements in rural communities.
In the Black Belt and along the Gulf Coast, there’s a rise of poverty-related tropical diseases related to poor sewage infrastructure and climate change.