Entries by Keith Schneider

As Drought Grips American West, Irrigation Becomes Selling Point for Michigan

Michigan farmers irrigate with 187 billion gallons of groundwater a year. Is the state prepared for more?

Universal WASH Gains Traction Even as Hand Pumps Lose Ground

Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue’s senior editor and chief correspondent based in Traverse City, Michigan. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water in the era of climate change from six continents. Contact Keith Schneider http:/Circleofblue.org/about/staff/Keith

Innovation in Financing Brightens WASH Galaxy

Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue’s senior editor and chief correspondent based in Traverse City, Michigan. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water in the era of climate change from six continents. Contact Keith Schneider http:/Circleofblue.org/about/staff/Keith

Like Developing Nations, Texas Confronts Lingering Water Crisis 

More than 1,100 water suppliers affected, nearly half the state’s residents scavenge for clean water

Water Could Make Michigan a Climate Refuge. Are We Prepared?

What may it take to prepare the Great Lakes region for the future climatologists say we can expect?

When It Rains, Texas Forgets Drought and Worsening Water Scarcity

In Texas, dry years reveal a momentous confrontation as residents encounter the menacing consequence of runaway growth.

Nearly 8 Million Lives Spared Worldwide By Social Distancing​

Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue’s senior editor and chief correspondent based in Traverse City, Michigan. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water in the era of climate change from six continents. Contact Keith Schneider http:/Circleofblue.org/about/staff/Keith