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As populations and economies grow and temperatures rise, demand for water is increasing around the globe. Competing uses for water—agriculture, food processing, energy generation, manufacturing, and households, among others—can lead to critical water shortages. Achieving water security goals...
RTI International and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Researchers Collaborate on Study of Early Policies to Establish Sanctioned Safe Consumption Sites in the U.S.
RTI International, a nonprofit research institute, collaborated with researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on a new paper “Establishing Sanctioned Safe Consumption Sites in the U.S.: Five Jurisdictions Moving the Policy Agenda Forward” published in the Feb. edition of Psychiatric Services.