Israel’s Mediterranean Desalination Plants Shift Regional Water Balance

Desalination could remake the region’s politics and ecology.…

Fear and Hoping in Seattle

All is woe in the water world — or is it? Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton reflects on an extraordinary summer.

Report: Water, Temperature Changes Not Central Drivers of Sub-Sahara Africa Conflicts

Rainfall is not a strong motivator of violence, but higher temperatures…

Egypt’s Assets in Ethiopia May Help Ease Tensions Over Nile River

The African country reaches out to its Nile Basin neighbor.

After Istanbul: Bridges Built and Burned Over Scarce Water

The United Arab Emirates might be rolling in oil and natural…

Detroit’s Head Almost Above Water (and Sewer)

A troubled metropolitan water and sewer department that serves…

Fueling the Flow: Paying Attention to Where Water and Energy Meet

More now than ever, the American West is realizing the binary nature of energy production and water delivery.

Detroit Attempts to Overcome Water Squabbles, Improve Infrastructure

DETROIT -- Uncle Sam could soon loosen his grip on Detroit's…

World Economic Forum’s New Champions talk markets, growth as world faces “a crisis of confidence”

For three days last week, Tianjin's TEDA district was home…

Aussie agreement to manage Murray Darling River Basin

AUSTRALIA - Australia's prime minister, Kevin Rudd, says a new…