Circle of Blue Senior Editor Keith Schneider puts an eventful week into a global perspective.
Circle of Blue Senior Editor Keith Schneider discusses how new energy-efficient, water-conserving, land-protecting operating principles are slowly becoming priorities around the world.
Agencies are going after polluters with smaller staffs and less money.
New surface water storage project would be largest in California since 1979.
Del Puerto Water District to buy a third of its water supply from Modesto and Turlock treatment plants.
Plant is at the center of a big move to also solve city’s solid waste problem.
A nationally significant program of storm water management daylights streams, renovates a centerpiece lake, restores an estuary, and empowers a West Coast city.
Bark beetles, water scarcity, and dying trees herald a region in ecological transition during the height of state’s four-year drought.
Proposed oil and gas development zones in Coahuila are among the driest in the Americas.
In response to truculent planet, conserving water, limiting climate emissions, and achieving “net zero” energy use are top priorities.
Expert panel finds “scientifically indefensible” conclusions in 14-volume study.
This drought is different, people say — much different.
Nation’s power grid loses more than 30 percent of generating capacity.
Near the earthquake epicenter, workers were rescued from a dam that is currently under construction by a Chinese company.
A vortex of attention swirls around industrial activity that does not consume much water.
Water for swimming pools, golf courses, car washes at front lines of fresh scrutiny.
Era of ample water supply and cheap prices is ending.
Lower Subansiri River construction site was shut in 2011 and never restarted.
Senior editor Keith Schneider wonders if maybe a spokesperson and Xbox games are needed.
Savannah container terminal is a modern maritime showcase; Savannah River gets dirtier.