Donghao Chung, Guangzhou’s Daylighted Water Refuge

A new urban park constructed from a polluted sewer is a message…

Big Investment Updates Great Lakes Shipping

New technology and ships make maritime commerce more efficient,…

Commentary on SDG 6.4: Continued Lack of Storage Considerations in Water Scarcity Metrics

It remains unclear how the success of an ambitious goal to improve…

Southeast Alaska, All Rainforests, Glaciers, and Waterfalls, Nevertheless Has Water Worries

Resource-extraction economy faces inherent tensions between development…

Wisconsin Groundwater Dispute Is a Warning Signal for the Eastern United States

Water problems in states east of the Mississippi River mirror…

The Growth of the Water Beat

News agencies carve out more space for water. Photo © Brett…

Air Pollution: Eastern China Becomes A Smoker’s Lounge

Did you miss Circle of Blue's reporting on how cleaning up the power sector – namely coal – and reducing energy demand would clear the air and provide water benefits? Not to worry; Brett Walton gives an update on the current smog situation and how a recent report may provide solutions.

TIM: This Is Mongolia

Paved roads are still a rarity in this country, which is larger than Alaska and where 1.2 million people – 40 percent of the resident population – earn their keep herding livestock.

A Tank of Warm Water Brews a New Development Tea in Mongolia’s South Gobi Desert

Circle of Blue senior editor Keith Schneider wraps up his recent trip to Mongolia.

China Takes a Keen Interest in Water-Energy Connections

Circle of Blue's Keith Schneider reports from Beijing on discussions…
Workers swarm a big water transport canal near Tilda, India undergoing repair and expansion to serve the steam production and cooling requirements of the region’s expanding number of big coal-fired power plants.

2012 Year In Review: At the Front Line of the Global Contest Over Water, Food, and Energy

Circle of Blue's senior editor Keith Schneider reflects on — and celebrates — this year's body of work from our top reporters.

Contest Between Water and Energy Becoming Big Story

Back from China, Circle of Blue's senior editor notices a trend creeping from our headlines to those of other news organizations around the world.