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Doing tourism right

May 17, 2021 By Ferdie Marcelo Tourism can be both a blessing and a curse for island environments. Beachgoers frequently leave more than just footprints, and what is left behind is far too often passed on for the local islanders …

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The Right to Reproductive Health: Supporting Girls to Take Charge of their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

By Madeleine Moore Consultant & Technical Advisor, PSI Europe and Chelon Nickolette, Project Ignite Program Coordinator, PSI   18-year-old Mirela hesitated as she peered around the clinic’s waiting room.   Women twice her age crowded the space. As the only teenager in the room, would they judge her for turning up …

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The Impacts of the Pandemic Remain for Small Water Systems and Customers In-Debt

May 13, 2021   By Darcy Bostic, Walker Grimshaw, and Michael Cohen  Access to safe drinking water is necessary, especially during a pandemic  In the U.S., the vital responsibility of continuing safe water supply during the pandemic is decentralized, spread among nearly 50,000 community water systems. More than 45,000 …

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Happy Mothers Day!

This Mother’s Day, Critical Resistance sends our solidarity and fortitude to all the mothers, aunties, grandmothers, caregivers, and those who love them. We celebrate and… Originally published by Critical Resistance: Source

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