Research and Professional Interests
Mr. Macy has been living and working in the developing world since the early 1960's. His work has spanned the water and sanitation spectrum from village-level hand-dug wells and pit latrines to billion dollar water and sewerage concessions in large metropolitan cities. He's worked with host government institutions, international donors, non-governmental organizations and the private sector. He has worked in planning, management, design, and operations of water and sanitation systems on five continents.
Mr. Macy attended a high level conference organized by the Global Water Program at the Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center on Accelerating sustainable, people-centered integrated water services for the poor, August 29 through September 2, 2011.
JHU Water Magazine articles authored:
Water and Health
Water in the Environment
Water and Agriculture
Water and Energy
Peter Macy, pit latrines