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The Rivers Come: Colonial Flood Control and Knowledge Systems in the Indus Basin, 1840s-1930s
This essay traces the development of the physical and cultural infrastructure of colonial flood control in the Indus valley. Reconstructing investigations into the causes of a series of floods
Provision of injectable contraception services through community-based distribution. Implementation handbook.
This handbook describes how to introduce injectable contraceptives to the suite of family planning services offered in an existing community-based distribution (CBD) program. The approach is based on
Conservation, Exploitation, and Cultural Change in the Indian Forest Service, 1875–1927
  • B. Weil
  • Environmental Science
    Environmental History
  • 1 April 2006
Although the Indian Forest Service was founded on conservationist principles, by the twentieth century it had become almost exclusively devoted to profitable exploitation of the forests it managed.
‘Test Now, Stop HIV’: COVID-19 and the idealisation of quarantine as the ‘end of HIV’
It is suggested the campaign reinscribes historical perceptions of abstinence and quarantine as idealised HIV prevention strategies, and thus fails to address safer sex in the time of Coronavirus.
Negative Life-Cycle Emissions Growth Rate Through Retrofit of Existing Institutional Buildings
Buildings account for about one fifth of the world`s total delivered energy use, and thus methods for reducing energy consumption and carbon emission associated with buildings are crucial elements
Addressing HIV: do conferences and papers help? - human immunodeficiency virus.
Polling colleagues whom I have worked with in defining and mobilizing the response to the worldwide human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) epidemic filtered in from Canada France Senegal South Africa and the United States and synthesized the general reactions and supplemented them with their own analysis of the question.
Results and follow-up of the strategic planning meeting of the African Network on Ethics Law and HIV (Yamoussoukro Cote dIvoire 27-29 May 1997).
  • B. Weil
  • Political Science
  • 1 June 1997
The Strategic Planning Meeting of the African Network on Ethics Law and HIV that took place in Yamoussoukro Cote DIvoire was successful and yielded significant outcomes. The ultimate elements of