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Qlikview: Circle of Blue's Featured Grant Recipient Profile

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"A network of experts that reports on the global freshwater crisis,…

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Innovative Platform Draws Attention To Stories About World Water Crisis

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Carried by: CSRwire It is easy to remember the surprise one…

The Latest Corporate Social Responsible News: Saving Water

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Source: CSRwire - March 24, 2009 - The role of business, investment,…

Australia's Epic Drought, a Warning of Global Water Scarcity: "The Biggest Dry"

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Carried by: CSRwire TRAVERSE CITY, MI (March 10, 2009) —…

For Environmentalists and Economists, Great Lakes Awash in Opportunity

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TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan — "How do you 'brand' water? If anyone…

Is Water Becoming the New Oil

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Christian Science Monitor "China’s water plans are a major…

The New Security Beat

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Environmental Change and Security Program. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Podcast: Water Stories with Circle of Blue’s J. Carl Ganter. An interview by ECSP director Geoffrey Dabelko

What Matters

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What Matters What Matters contains 18 searing, socially conscious…

Lake Effect | WUWM Wisconsin Public Radio

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Interview: Carl Ganter is director and co-founder of Circle of Blue, a network of journalists and academics reporting on worldwide issues involving what the group calls "the defining challenge of our time: our diminishing supply of fresh, clean water." Ganter joins WUWM’s Jane Hampden on the line from the studios of Interlochen Public Radio.

China, Tibet, and the Strategic Power of Water: Pollution and Global Warming Threaten Asias's Most Important Freshwater Source

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eneration are occurring between Chinese police and young Tibetan protestors. The fierce fighting, which erupted in March, has produced casualties on both sides and prompted demonstrations around the world. Many analysts assert that the fighting is caused, at least in part, by fear that the Chinese government’s long-standing strategy to open Tibet’s vast reserves of copper, iron, lead, zinc, and other minerals will accelerate with the railroad’s development.