Entries by Hannah Ni'Shuilleabhain

As Water Backs Up, an Asset in Michigan Becomes a Liability

A drainage dispute roils Jackson County’s prized attraction and its operation. By Hannah Ni’Shuilleabhain, Circle of Blue Elaine Wolf-Baker remembers a childhood spent ice skating on the frozen pond in Sparks Foundation County Park, a landmark in Jackson County. She grew up here, amid the lake-dappled landscape of southern Michigan, and on clear winter days […]

2020 Election: Water a Factor in Senate Race in Michigan

A state surrounded by the Great Lakes reckons with aging infrastructure and chemical contamination.

In Pakistan, Pandemic Derails Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Work

The pandemic has brought about a fundamental shift in Pakistan, one with potentially long-lasting consequences for public health.