My interactive map brings to light worldwide case studies affecting women. The project brings awareness to the environment, social and health effects of these issues. Also, you will read of the efforts being made (by women) to create solutions. The overall meaning of my final project is to encourage bilateral activism, especially for women, considering that there are many issues, worldwide, specifically affecting them.
Lauryn Hubbard, Zachary Chapins, Vianney Senlecq de Onís CM (2018) Energy Colonialism Powers the Ongoing Unnatural Disaster in Puerto Rico. Front. Commun. 3:2. doi: 10.3389 Catalina M. De Onis is a professor and scholar at Williamette University and the author of several books and studies on environmental topics, especially on Latin culture, colonialism, energy, race… Read more Energy Colonialism Powers the Ongoing Unnatural Disaster in Puerto Rico