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Circle of Blue and Qlik Team Up for White House Climate Data Initiative

QlikView Dashboard Visualizes and Compares California Water Reserves…

Media Alert: What Can California Learn from Australia’s Biggest Dry?

Interactive Event on California Drought – Lessons Learned from Australia

Columbia Journalism Review cites Circle of Blue for Water News Coverage

"To take an obvious example—why does energy, a close…

Circle of Blue Convenes Experts – Desert Sun Coverage

“If we look to the past over the last two millennia,…

Michigan Senator Carl Levin Recognizes J. Carl Ganter for Rockefeller Innovation Award

On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, Michigan Senator Carl Levin recognized…

World Economic Forum and UNFPA: Include Population in Water, Food, Energy Nexus

NEW YORK and GENEVA — (March 2012) The World Economic Forum's…

“Choke Point: China” Findings Cited in Congressional Hearing

Choke Point: China findings presented at Congressional hearing.
Water & Energy Chokepoint

Choke Point: China on Wilson Center’s Dialogue Program

On Wednesday evening, dialogue — an award-winning television and radio program that explores the world of ideas through weekly, half-hour conversations with renowned public figures, scholars, journalists, and authors — will feature "Choke Point: The World's Looming Water Crisis."
Toby Smith Photographer China

Toby Smith, Photographer for Choke Point: China Series, Featured in The New York Times

On Monday, Toby Smith — who was on location with Circle of…

Circle of Blue’s Brett Walton Receives IJNR Fellowship for Southwestern U.S. Energy Study

Circle of Blue’s Brett Walton is one of 14 journalists awarded a fellowship to attend the Energy Country Institute, an expedition-style immersion program sponsored by the Institutes for Journalism & Natural Resources (IJNR).

Bob Giles and Mans Hultman Join Circle of Blue’s Advisory Board

This week, Circle of Blue adds two distinguished professionals to our Advisory Board