Metcroc farm is full of slow moving product that doesn’t bite….hard.
In rare instance of unity, people eye government’s blunders, not each other.
Cities run dry and harvests retreat in an already reeling nation.
After a year of deep droughts, worsening pollution, rising sea levels, and floods, water was finally recognized as perilous to nations and the international economy.
Bankruptcies, project shutdowns, regulation, and emission limits curb enthusiasm for fossil fuels.
A new and huge city focuses on getting cleaner.
Opportunity to shift from coal to cleaner energy is real and needed.
Momentum for a deal is strong.
U.S. Congress on an island of reflexive denial.
World’s largest coal consumer’s challenge to lower climate-changing emissions.
A new urban park constructed from a polluted sewer is a message of new principles at work in China.
Prescribed burns tested in Klamath Mountains.
Quality of life and economy thrives with greater care for water, energy, air, and waste.
Out of social confrontation over water and fish in California comes a fish story worth telling.
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.