Cecilia Alda Vidal
Cecilia Alda Vidal
PhD student, Geography and Sustainable Consumption Institute, SEED, University of Manchester
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Mapping operation and maintenance: An everyday urbanism analysis of inequalities within piped water supply in Lilongwe, Malawi
C Alda-Vidal, M Kooy, M Rusca
Urban Geography 39 (1), 104-121, 2018
Bathing without water, and other stories of everyday hygiene practices and risk perception in urban low-income areas: The case of Lilongwe, Malawi
M Rusca, C Alda-Vidal, M Hordijk, N Kral
Environment and Urbanization 29 (2), 533-550, 2017
Occupational genders and gendered occupations: the case of water provisioning in Maputo, Mozambique
C Alda-Vidal, M Rusca, M Zwarteveen, K Schwartz, N Pouw
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (7), 974-990, 2017
Sanitation justice? The multiple dimensions of urban sanitation inequalities
M Rusca, C Alda-Vidal, M Kooy
Water justice, 210-225, 2017
Everyday practices in the production of uneven water pricing regimes in Lilongwe, Malawi
LH Pihljak, M Rusca, C Alda-Vidal, K Schwartz
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 2399654419856021, 2019
“Unflushables”: Establishing a global agenda for action on everyday practices associated with sewer blockages, water quality, and plastic pollution
C Alda‐Vidal, AL Browne, C Hoolohan
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (4), e1452, 2020
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