by Justin Salhani Jun 26, 2016
China requires around 3.5 billion liters of water each year.
by Justin Salhani Jun 15, 2016
Normally, Israel only allows Palestinians access to a fraction of the shared water resources in the occupied West Bank.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 10, 2016
The EPA proposed new water safety guidelines for radioactive emergencies -- like a nuclear meltdown or a dirty bomb.
by Samantha Page May 27, 2016
Nestle's investment in Phoenix isn't actually a drought problem. It's a priorities problem.
by Bryce Covert May 2, 2016
"We've already suffered under what happens when you have no say over what happens to your water source."
by Katie Valentine Apr 12, 2016
Coal mining. Bad management. Runoff from cities and farms. These are all things that are creating major problems for America's rivers.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 30, 2016
A new study from researchers at Stanford University suggests that fracking operations in Wyoming had a clear impact on drinking water sources.
by Nicole Gentile - Guest Contributor Mar 22, 2016
In Colorado, one mundane drought-fighting tool remains illegal: using rain barrels to catch rainwater from roofs for use in gardens.
by Mary Ellen Kustin -- Guest Contributor Mar 22, 2016
Much of the western United States is in its 16th consecutive year of drought, and some water users in the Colorado River Basin may experience cuts in water deliveries in the coming months.
by Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Mar 9, 2016
Metal mining can cause major pollution, and that poses a threat to Minnesota's highly-trafficked wilderness area.