Our planet’s invaluable natural store of freshwater is woefully neglected.
Groundwater has the potential to support broad economic, humanitarian and social development in sub-Saharan Africa, as it has in other regions globally.
With fewer people commuting, home water use changed radically overnight in March 2020.
Water and climate issues are expected to cause more than one billion people to migrate by 2050.
Water privatization is often seen as a solution to municipal budget shortfalls and aging water systems.
Water is essential for health, economic well-being and social equity, but too many people around the world still don’t have access to clean drinking water and sanitation.
World Water Day shines a light on the importance of safe, clean drinking water, but a new report finds Canada’s freshwater systems are under stress.
There is no longer any good reason to waste any type of water. We have the technology to turn waste water into a vital resource.
Worldwide, farmers are already using untreated waste water to irrigate their crops. Here’s how to mitigate the danger.
Developed and developing countries alike struggle with water quality problems. For World Water Day, a look at the challenges – and some potential solutions – to better treating wastewater.
The invention of the flush toilet was probably one of the most unsustainable innovations in human history.
States, including Colorado, restrict the use of rain barrels. A water law scholar says a better way to conserve is reduce waste from big – and powerful – water users.
Many women in developing countries spend hours every day fetching water for their families. Reducing the burden of water work will improve their health and welfare.