Risks are substantial in New Mexico’s Permian Basin.
Author Archive for: Keith Schneider
About Keith Schneider
Circle 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
Entries by Keith Schneider
In unfolding global energy revolution, expensive and ecologically risky dams may not be right choice to generate more electricity.
A storm-swept southern Indian state displays uncommon civility, camaraderie, and great food
An unending legacy of poisoning, pollution, and chemical pain.
Worst drought in 140 years leads to farmer deaths, water riots, policy impasse.
Nebraska is again a battleground over tar sands oil pipeline. By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue On January 24, President Donald Trump made good on a “Day One” campaign pledge to assist America’s oil producers. Trump signed one executive order that commanded the Army Corps of Engineers to issue an easement for the Dakota Access […]
World’s third-largest coal user joins China and U.S. in shift from black fuel.
Clear goals to enforce pollution laws jeopardize the new secretary’s job.
New reporting project describes how drought, storms, and floods are forcing big Indian state to contend with severe water stress. By Keith Schneider Circle of Blue TUTICORIN, INDIA — Among the 75 government ministries that manage and regulate this bewitching and impassioned nation, there is no Ministry of the Future. There should be. Narendra Modi, […]