by Natasha Geiling Jul 13, 2015
A Superior Court ruled that water rights are essentially property rights.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 2, 2015
But water use also varies widely across the industry.
by Samantha Page Jun 26, 2015
California's green rush is causing big problems -- and the state can't do much about it.
by Ari Phillips Jun 25, 2015
The Water Knife, a new novel by Paolo Bacigalupi, makes the Southwest's current problems look like drops in the bucket compared to what's to come.
by Samantha Page Jun 23, 2015
A new report says the conclusions of an environmental review on a canal in Nicaragua are 'scientifically indefensible.'
by Samantha Page Jun 19, 2015 Updated: Jun 19, 2015
A new study raises concerns over Texas' fracking boom.
by Ari Phillips Jun 16, 2015
“I want it to be like surfing on raindrops.”
by Natasha Geiling Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 10, 2015
In a vote along party lines, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee voted to advance a bill that would block Obama's new clean water rule.
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 5, 2015
Unsafe chemicals in a Michigan city's drinking water are causing concerned residents to speak out.
by Ari Phillips Jun 4, 2015
In 2012, the central Texas community of Spicewood Beach ran out of water. The wettest May on record in the state brought a flood of change to the area.