Cutting carbon emissions from power plants will lead to reductions in water use, water withdrawals, and mercury pollution in rivers and lakes.
Agencies are going after polluters with smaller staffs and less money.
Houston is the big winner in first round of state financing for new water infrastructure fund.
Pipeline owner criticized for lapses in inspection and disclosure.
Del Puerto Water District to buy a third of its water supply from Modesto and Turlock treatment plants.
Amid a changing social and environmental landscape, Sub-Saharan Africa turns to its rivers.
Citizen petition calls for higher fees on Nestle and other bottled water companies while authorities worry about trade agreement implications.
A lawsuit, an official’s resignation, and failed legislative proposals marked the beginning of June.
Increasing block rates garner closer attention.
Expert panel finds “scientifically indefensible” conclusions in 14-volume study.
No comprehensive data exist on agricultural water consumption.
Despite a signed contract, Sitka city officials say the real test is whether water is actually delivered.
As urban water use declines, utilities change business models.
Court decision makes it easier for EPA to leave nutrient pollution control to Mississippi River Basin states.
Lower Subansiri River construction site was shut in 2011 and never restarted.
Deeper channels and immense new locks are due to open in 2016.
Iowa’s largest city will sue three upstream counties to reduce nitrate contamination.
Water rises on the world agenda.
The EPA has issued 13 vetoes since the passing of the Clean Water Act.
Water scarcity and extreme weather are two reasons that food prices will stay high, however.