- Shippers using the Panama Canal will soon feel the water cost of climate change.
- In Vietnam’s Mekong River delta, low water levels are contributing to worsening water quality.
- In the Australian state of Queensland, regulators have granted a multinational company an unlimited license to extract groundwater for one of the largest coal developments in world.
- This week, from Circle of Blue, technology is offering answers to the ageless question: Where is the water? A new mapping tool from the U.S. federal government’s top Earth sciences agency aims to visualize the nations’s water resources with greater frequency and detail
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.