A new member of the Circle of Blue team introduces herself.
New laws signed today address challenges highlighted in Jerry Brown’s first term – in the 1970s.
A new approach puts people at the center of the water discussion.
Dammed by the landslide, the Sun Koshi River breaks free.
Stockholm hosts largest-ever international conference on global contest for water and energy.
Three Choke Point sessions on the fierce competition between water, food and energy.
Lake Erie algae alive and well.
The Assembly votes on Thursday.
Californians are taking less water out of rivers, lakes, and aquifers.
Coverage of “the world’s quest for water” is timely, intimate, and dramatic.
Algal bloom season is here. These tools will help you keep track.
Basins get more than two decades to balance groundwater use.
Everyone has a groundwater story.
But a lukewarm response in the world’s technology capital.
It was business as usual for many climate indicators.
A year of water planning reaches the halfway point.
Water is largely ignored in a report about U.S. economic risks of climate change.
Basic scientific research is not glamorous.
Carbon dioxide released here can drive climate change elsewhere.
On the tundra, climate change is just one careless step away.