Entries by Circle of Blue

India’s Water, Food, Energy Conundrum: Conclusions From a Two-Year Reporting Project [Part 1 of 2]

For two years, the Wilson Center and Circle of Blue have explored the contest for food, water, and energy in India and the troubling ways it plays out across the country. Photo © Keith Schneider/Circle of Blue The cycle of risk produced by the policy of providing free water and free electricity to operate millions […]

California Water Data

A clutch of new data tools from Circle of Blue puts California’s water crisis into context. Map © Jordan B. Bates and Aubrey Ann Parker / Circle of Blue Infographic: California’s water withdrawals from 1985 to 2005, as well as information on population demographics and arsenic contamination in the Central Valley. Click image to enlarge. […]

California Water Data

A clutch of new data tools from Circle of Blue puts California’s water crisis into context. Map © Jordan B. Bates and Aubrey Ann Parker / Circle of Blue Infographic: California’s water withdrawals from 1985 to 2005, as well as information on population demographics and arsenic contamination in the Central Valley. Click image to enlarge. […]

Water Expert Panel Discusses Causes and Implications of California Drought

California’s severe drought is forcing the nation’s largest state to reconcile old assumptions about water supply and management with the reality of long-term drying trends, declining groundwater, and polluted drinking water, according to an expert panel of scientists and journalists convened during a Circle of Blue interactive drought briefing conference call on February 13.

Interns and Externs and eBooks, Oh My!

The title of intern holds certain connotations. But what does the title of extern hold? Emily Kotz explains the differences between an extern and an intern, and she would know – she held both titles during her time with Circle of Blue this summer.