Researcher spotlight: Dr Audrie Lin, Research Scientist and Lecturer
Dr Audrie Lin joins RISE from the University of California, Berkeley’s School of Public Health. She focuses on assessing adult and child health through survey and biological specimen collection.
Investigating marking methods for Aedes aegypti
A crucial hypothesis of RISE is that upgrading the physical environment of informal settlements can lead to better human health. One of the key aims of the environmental assessment is to quantify mosquitoes to see if they increase, stay the same, or decrease due to the intervention.
Tackling the challenges of a changing world through interdisciplinary research
A newly released special issue of Global Challenges advances thinking about how to operationalise interdisciplinary research, shares lessons learned, and contributes new theoretical and empirical knowledge.
International Scientific Advisory Panel visits Makassar
In April 2019, RISE’s International Scientific Advisory Panel made a trip to Makassar to visit the program’s settlements, meet the in-country team and hold their second meeting. ISAP Chair Ted Bianco shares his reflections of the trip – and some unexpected fun along the way.
RISE communities in Indonesia celebrate World Water Day 2019
Water is an important component in human life and the earth's environment. The availability and access of clean water for all living things on earth is the focus of sustainable development 2030.
Day for Biological Diversity 2018
Today we celebrate 25 years of action for biodiversity, marking the anniversary of the entry into force of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Biodiversity is essential to the existence of present and future generations.
World Toilet Day 2017
More than 40% of the world’s population lacks access to a safe and reliable water source, according to the United Nations Development Program, and that figure is projected to rise over coming decades.
World Cities Day 2017
RISE is supporting the implementation of the New Urban Agenda by pioneering a healthier and more environmentally-friendly water sensitive cities approach to urban water management.