We live in a world where over 800 million people lack basic drinking water services and more than four billion people lack access to safely managed sanitation. These people somehow go missing during the process of water and sanitation provision. My PhD journey at ERG has been a pursuit to find these missing persons. For years, I have followed practitioners, developed datasets, and dug through archives to shed light on the invisible people of infrastructure. In this talk, I will share highlights of my grad school experience as well as my dissertation research which aimed to make people more visible through new frameworks and pro-poor policy recommendations, while contributing to the scholarship of planning, administration, and development engineering.
Speaker: Christopher Hyun, California State Water Resources Control Board
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