This week’s edition of What’s Up With Water includes stories on:
- The capital of the Philippines is undergoing rotating water shutoffs to conserve supplies in its main reservoir.
In Australia, many towns are evaluating options for averting “Day Zero” as their water supplies dwindle.
- In the United States, proposed legislation in Florida intends to address the dangers of harmful algae blooms
- This week Circle of Blue looks at water issues on state and local ballots in November elections.
Eileen Wray-McCann is a writer, director and narrator who co-founded Circle of Blue. During her 13 years at Interlochen Public Radio, a National Public Radio affiliate in Northern Michigan, Eileen produced and hosted regional and national programming. She’s won Telly Awards for her scriptwriting and documentary work, and her work with Circle of Blue follows many years of independent multimedia journalistic projects and a life-long love of the Great Lakes. She holds a BA and MA radio and television from the University of Detroit. Eileen is currently moonlighting as an audio archivist and enjoys traveling through time via sound.