Governments in the nation’s most water-rich region are responding to public pressure over high-profile water pollution concerns, but have left fundamental policy changes largely untouched.
Trifecta of drought, floods, and fighting could set the stage for a deeper food crisis in 2016.
A new urban park constructed from a polluted sewer is a message of new principles at work in China.
New technology and ships make maritime commerce more efficient, adaptable, and environmentally friendly.
Mining Queensland’s ample coal seams will require a lot of groundwater — and lead to more carbon pollution.
Quality of life and economy thrives with greater care for water, energy, air, and waste.
Out of social confrontation over water and fish in California comes a fish story worth telling.
National Wildlife Federation says federal agency has allowed pipelines to operate illegally for two decades.
Circle of Blue Senior Editor Keith Schneider puts an eventful week into a global perspective.
A year after passage, California begins building a new regulatory infrastructure
Software company uses data to reboot the venerable water utility.
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.