Climate risk and energy development, groundwater and conflict — the political awareness of water grew in 2015.
City favors contract extension with company that missed $US 1 million payment deadline.
Pharmaceuticals, flame retardants, and other organic compounds found in small concentrations in household drinking water
Metcroc farm is full of slow moving product that doesn’t bite….hard.
Federal rules are not strict enough to prevent lead poisoning
Inspections continued to decline in 2015.
In rare instance of unity, people eye government’s blunders, not each other.
Drought restrictions and wet summers shake utility budgets. Researchers propose a new financial tool.
Cities run dry and harvests retreat in an already reeling nation.
Water is connected to the world’s most severe problems
Expert panel will assess safety of eating food grown with treated wastewater
Finance and environmental groups develop new standards for evaluating water risk
After a year of deep droughts, worsening pollution, rising sea levels, and floods, water was finally recognized as perilous to nations and the international economy.
Food crisis continues in midst of severe El Nino drought.
Less salty than the sea, brackish water is poised for wider use in Texas
In the perpetual search for water supplies, a salty upstart will be in the spotlight
Safe drinking water tops list of concerns.
Solutions require new thinking about wastewater treatment
Twin oil pipelines running below the Straits of Mackinac are unnecessary—and unnecessarily risky—a new study says.
New civil rights movement emerges around septic system pollution