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State and local aid is helping, but only for a few.

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Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton says that drought is forcing the public to confront important questions about the value of water.

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Circle of Blue reporter Codi Kozacek summarizes the major steps taken to reduce toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie.

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People need to be in the equation too, says Circle of Blue report Brett Walton.

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Circle of Blue data reporter Kaye LaFond describes her experience as a fellow at the Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources’ Lake Superior Institute.

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All is woe in the water world — or is it? Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton reflects on an extraordinary summer.

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A sunrise photoshoot in the drying Colorado River Basin leads to more than images — Circle of Blue director J. Carl Ganter’s meeting with Governor Stephen Lewis of the Gila River Indian Community.Circle of Blue Director J. Carl Ganter met with Governor Stephen Lewis of the Gila River Indian Community in the drying Colorado River Basin.

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Connor_Bebb

Circle of Blue intern Connor Bebb explains his passion for sharing information about our most important shared resource — water.

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MirandaCawley

From New York to Chicago to South America, Circle of Blue intern Miranda Cawley describes what drew her to the water-food-energy nexus.

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Circle of Blue intern Crystal Edmunds recounts her first-hand experience of the Gorkha earthquake and raises questions about what it means for water.

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The price of water is national news, and Circle of Blue’s Brett Walton is driving the story.

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The film explores one of the world’s most dangerous coal fields.

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This drought is different, people say — much different.

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A vortex of attention swirls around industrial activity that does not consume much water.

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Water for swimming pools, golf courses, car washes at front lines of fresh scrutiny.

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California’s Imperial Valley is a desert region that uses three quarters of California’s allocated river water, moving to farm field through canals like these.

When “The World” wanted to know about global drought conditions last week, producers from one of the important news programs on National Public Radio called Circle of Blue.

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SEJ

Last month, the Society of Environmental Journalists published a Q&A with our director, J. Carl Ganter.

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The biggest water users will be required to conserve more than the thrifty.

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Deeper drought, warmer temperatures lead to more water use in Southern California, not less.

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A coal-fired power plant under construction near the Mahanadi River in Chhattisgarh

The good news is that India’s government has started to shift its priorities in terms of how it manages the country’s economy and natural resources.

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