Elsevier, Handbook of Electronic Assistive Technology, Volume , 1 January 2018
Electronic Assistive Technology (EAT) is a subset of a wider range of products and services known as Assistive Technology (AT).
After a long-term decline in the frequency and lethality of famines, 2017 has witnessed resurgent international concern over the issue.
Elsevier, Extractive Industries and Society, Volume 5, January 2018
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This article examines how Fairtrade is transforming artisanal and small-scale gold mining.
Objectives Gender identity disorder is defined as a strong and persistent cross-gender identification that is associated with a remarkable uneasiness of living in an incongruent gender (gender dysphor
A human-centered design thinking approach has been applied to a course at the MIT D-Lab on creating low-cost prosthetic and assistive devices for the developing world.
Elsevier, Energy Research and Social Science, Volume 35, January 2018
Inspired by the energy democracy movement, this conceptual review critically explores relationships between concentrated or distributed renewable energy and political power.
Elsevier, Energy Research and Social Science, Volume 35, January 2018
Looking back from 2050, this article is written in the form of a fictional speech reflecting on the impressive progress made by 2050 towards achieving the global goal of zero net emissions.
In development engineering, practitioners often strive to empower local communities through technology. Effective adult education principles worked well with medium-tech mapping solutions. Local people used these skills to identify and solve their own development problems.

Albinism in Africa, Historical, Geographic, Medical, Genetic, and Psychosocial Aspects, 2018, Pages 257-270

This chapter advances SDGs 10, 11, and 16 by identifying key challenges facing people with albinism and tested strategies for confronting these.