Entries by Zara Gounden

Water Depletion: A Pivotal Concern In Mexico’s 2024 Election

By Zara Gounden, Circle of Blue – February 7, 2024 Serious drought and poor water management in Mexico is forcing millions of people all over the country to ration or recycle water for drinking and bathing. Of the country’s 32 states, 30 are experiencing dire water shortages, leading to big street protests.  Though access to […]

Water Migrants: Rising Death Toll in the Mediterranean

Zara GoundenZara is a reporting intern at Circle of Blue. She is a Davis Scholar in her third year at New York University London, majoring in Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development.

Water Migrants: Reaching European Shores

Zara GoundenZara is a reporting intern at Circle of Blue. She is a Davis Scholar in her third year at New York University London, majoring in Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development.

Graphic Journalism: Vermont Floods Pose Threats To Drinking Water

Zara GoundenZara is a reporting intern at Circle of Blue. She is a Davis Scholar in her third year at New York University London, majoring in Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development.

Hotspots H2O: Proposed Nuclear Waste Site in Canada Draws First Nations Concern

Zara GoundenZara is a reporting intern at Circle of Blue. She is a Davis Scholar in her third year at New York University London, majoring in Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development.

Graphic Journalism: Failing Rains in Darfur Foster Conflict and Displacement

Zara GoundenZara is a reporting intern at Circle of Blue. She is a Davis Scholar in her third year at New York University London, majoring in Global Liberal Studies with a concentration in Politics, Rights, and Development.