By Kiley Kroh on February 9, 2014
One month after a massive chemical spill contaminated the water supply, the crisis in West Virginia is far from over. Here is a look at the events that have shaped this ongoing crisis.
By Kiley Kroh on February 7, 2014
"The scariest part is that we really just don't know what's going to happen," said Charleston resident Kellie Raines.
By Tom Kenworthy on February 6, 2014
A new report found that more than 55 percent of fracked wells between 2011 and 2013 were in areas experiencing drought and that nearly half were in areas with high or extremely high water stress.
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By Ari Phillips on February 6, 2014
The politically charged bill offers nothing new in dealing with California's unprecedented drought.
By Joanna M. Foster on February 4, 2014
A stormwater pipe under an unlined coal ash pond at a shuttered plant in Eden, North Carolina, burst Sunday afternoon, draining tens of thousands of tons of coal ash into the Dan River.
By Katie Valentine on February 3, 2014
This is the first time the California State Water Project won't be delivering water.
By Ari Phillips on February 3, 2014
With its population approaching 200 million, Pakistan is one of the most vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change.
By Jeff Spross on January 31, 2014
The demise of Lake Urmia shows how climate change and poor resource management is wrecking water supplies across Iran and its neighbors.
By Emily Atkin on January 31, 2014
Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality did not let concerned citizens adequately protest a proposal to exempt local water supply from federal safe drinking water laws, the EPA said.
By Joanna M. Foster on January 28, 2014
For the past 15 years, residents of Washington Island have watched Lake Michigan slowly disappear.