State and federal authorities move to tame use of aquifers as oil field dumps.
Debate demonstrates the power of water in the drying American West.
Transparency , accountability, and civic participation are key to improving Sao Paulo’s water security.
Despite a signed contract, Sitka city officials say the real test is whether water is actually delivered.
Few substantial changes to the latest version of conservation regulations.
Cities object to mandatory limits on water use.
As urban water use declines, utilities change business models.
Era of ample water supply and cheap prices is ending.
State and local water administrators face supply emergency that is tightening.
Lower Subansiri River construction site was shut in 2011 and never restarted.
Abysmal snowpack ‘obliterates’ record; cities told to conserve 25 percent.
Another dry winter forces political pressure for action.
The good news is that India’s government has started to shift its priorities in terms of how it manages the country’s economy and natural resources.
For two years, the Wilson Center and Circle of Blue have explored the contest for food, water, and energy in India and the troubling ways it plays out across the country.
Senior editor Keith Schneider wonders if maybe a spokesperson and Xbox games are needed.
One of Latin America’s greatest conservationists teaches the virtue of a natural landscape.
The $US 900 million deal on scaled-back scheme neglects Palestine.
Competition for water prompts a quest for new sources.
Rising electrical demand presents an opening for clean power, and new risks from fossil fuels.
Little snow in sight looks to be the future of the American West.