Entries by J. Carl Ganter

Speaking of Water with Janis Searles Jones – Ocean Conservancy

Janis Searles Jones, CEO of the Ocean Conservancy speaks with Circle of Blue’s J. Carl Ganter about where freshwater and ocean preservation meet.

Photojournalist’s Notebook: São Paulo’s Wastewater

Despite new expansion efforts, wastewater treatment in São Paulo remains woefully inadequate.

Photojournalist’s Notebook: São Paulo’s Portelinha Favela

Those living in Portelinha are among the roughly 40 percent of the world’s population that are affected each day by water scarcity and pollution.

Speaking of Water – World Water Week With Torgny Holmgren

Torgny Holmgren discusses the latest water news, global water challenges,

Delhi Waits For Water

How India responds to water challenges in the next months and years will have effects for generations.

The Water Conflict Chronology: Water Conflicts over the Centuries and Millennia | PODCAST |

J. Carl GanterJ. Carl Ganter is co-founder and director of Circle of Blue, the internationally recognized center for original frontline reporting, research, and analysis on resource issues with a focus on the intersection between water, food, and energy. https://circleofblue.org

Photojournal: Peru’s Water and Mining Challenge

J. Carl GanterJ. Carl Ganter is co-founder and director of Circle of Blue, the internationally recognized center for original frontline reporting, research, and analysis on resource issues with a focus on the intersection between water, food, and energy. https://circleofblue.org

Contemplating Water’s Future in a Dry Arizona Riverbed

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.

Slideshow: Faces of Tulare County’s Drinking Water Crisis

The Central Valley farming county has the highest number of dry wells in California.

Columbia Journalism Review cites Circle of Blue for Water News Coverage

“To take an obvious example—why does energy, a close cousin of the environmental beat, get so much more attention than water? First, energy may seem more interesting and diverse. There are wind turbines and solar panels and drilling rigs and nuclear reactors and fields of corn to make ethanol. Water, by contrast, is more drab; […]

Circle of Blue Convenes Experts – Desert Sun Coverage

“If we look to the past over the last two millennia, we see that multi-year droughts — some extending over a decade — were more common, recurring every 30 to 90 years in the past,” Ingram said Thursday during a conference call organized by the water news website Circle of Blue. “What we see is […]

Water – Making It Personal: Communicating A Sustainable Future

In late November at the Summit on the Global Agenda convened in Abu Dhabi, the World Economic Forum published the new book, Sustainable Consumption: Stakeholder Perspectives. Included is this essay by J. Carl Ganter, Circle of Blue’s managing director.