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Building Public Works Across Borders: The Potential of Open Access Community Archiving (Gina Hakim)

In the highlands of Michoacán, Mexico, the residents of the village of Urequío have built their own water infrastructure, drawing on groundwater sources for access to running water. Residents maintain infrastructure and manage contamination risks in the absence of government support and...Read more

Ethnographers and Civic Data Infrastructure: Insights from Environmental Activists (Tim Schütz)

Environmental civic data are data that help turn entangled economic, environmental and public health issues into matters of public concern. Activists encounter data gaps but also collect huge amounts of data over years of work. Both point to a need for civic data ...Read more

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