Award-winning journalism nonprofit Circle of Blue coined the phrase, "where water speaks" – and rightly so. From breaking headlines to daily and weekly newsletters and all podcasts and programs in between, Circle of Blue serves as a resource hub for the intersection of "water, food, and energy in a changing climate." Under the WaterNews tab, readers can explore "The Daily Stream" (a daily post on the latest water topics), subscribe to the weekly newsletter, and read up on other prominent stories. Those who prefer auditory learning may want to check out "What's Up With Water," a weekly podcast found on the Water Podcasts page. The Features section surveys particular areas of interest, such as "Water and Climate" or "Water and Financial Risks." On the Zeropolis page readers will find a new initiative that "highlights cities across the globe that are grappling with severe water shortages." Under HotSpots H2O readers will find information on the "changing, often stressed global waterscape." Similarly, the Choke Point section highlights case studies of agricultural regions stricken by water scarcity and contamination. Readers may want to read the Choke Point: Index section before diving into the specific studies. Finally, the Convenings page includes audio recordings and transcripts from past water-related speakers and events.