Reporter Brett Walton previews two plans — in Arkansas and Colorado — that will be unveiled this week, in addition to the Kansas plan that is due out next year
Veteran scholars argue that creative solutions for the iconic watershed must begin with a hard fact, something our Brett Walton finds refreshing.
Reflections of the banquet of bedlam that is modern India
Sharing the table with a discussion of global grain supplies.
Reporter Codi Kozacek gives a tour of Circle of Blue’s redesigned water news digest.
The big case has huge ramifications for India’s water, land, and economy.
Four-year-old court emerges as global leader in securing resources, promoting economic gain.
Pact is fresh reckoning with Earth’s changed ecological and economic risks
Reporter Kaye LaFond breaks down the newest IPCC report, and IPCC reports in general.
The Water Risk Monetizer guides corporate investments where water is scarce.
easures passed in California, Florida, and Maine, while North Dakota voted against conservation fund.
Era of indifference greets droughts, floods, storms, tsunamis.
The Open Water Data Initiative wants a common house for real-time U.S. water information. But this could take decades.
Groundwater reserves are falling, but little is known about how much water is left.
To influence water and food systems, the data revolution needs more than billions of bits. Brett Walton analyzes the lessons from last week’s Water for Food Global Conference.
After being named the Guardian’s #1 Twitter pick for #waternews, outreach coordinator Aubrey Ann Parker explains our winning strategy.
From markets and higher prices, better water systems will flow, they say.
World-changing reporting fresh from northern Michigan.
Circle of Blue photographer documents Central Valley water shortage.
Drinking water summit focuses on Toledo water crisis.