Recycled waste water is perfectly safe to drink, but many people aren’t keen to use it for anything other than watering plants.
Citizens in South Africa’s industrial heartland use too much water, the city wastes way too much and there is too much theft of drinking water.
There are an infinite number of paths an ice crystal can take before you touch it.
Rapid and accelerating groundwater level declines are widespread in dry climates where groundwater is used for irrigation. But some communities have found ways to turn things around.
Microplastic pollution is a growing problem − one lab is looking at tiny insects as inspiration for how these pollutants might move through water.
The results of a new study are clear: resilient water governance systems are effective and enjoy strong public support. The time is now to build resilience into our global water systems.
Qanats are an ancient system which could be a useful way of getting water to farms in arid areas.
On one stretch of Nottingham’s River Trent, floods that arrived every 50 years now return in ten.
There are a lot of myths and strongly held beliefs around one of life’s simplest activities – drinking water.
The Peregrine and Nova-C landers are due to carry out valuable science at two diverse lunar locations.
Achieving continuous supply requires both a realistic assessment of the situation and a realistic plan to meet the goal. The Government of India’s new initiatives have neither.
Water shortages are one of the greatest problems created by a warming world. A decentralized water system is a compelling counterargument to the notion that bigger is better.
Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing on the Moon made 2023 a big year for lunar exploration, and future years will come with even more discoveries.
Detroit residents with past-due bills are facing water shut-offs again after a reprieve during COVID-19. At the same time, providers are also raising rates.
Communities along the bank of the dam have been victims of injustice since the early 1960s.
Smart water management isn’t just good for the earth. It’s good for business.
As the war between Hamas and Israel grinds forward, two experts explain how Israelis and Palestinians have cooperated to tackle their region’s water challenges.
Dependence on bottled water weakens pressure to fix tap-water problems. Who pays the price?
To build drought resilence, Sydney must invest in rainfall-independent water supplies.
Studying the sample could help answer how water arrived on Earth and how life started.