Water Scarcity Looms in London’s Future

The city's water demand is expected to exceed supply within the next decade.

Water-Stressed Beijing Exhausts Its Options

After depleting groundwater reserves, China's capital is becoming increasingly reliant on water pumped from the country's flood-prone South.
Javier Serafin, a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power utility worker, climbs on a 144-inch outlet, which connects to an ultraviolet treatment plant that will be completed in 2019. Photo © J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

2018 Preview: What Not to Ignore About Water Infrastructure

Communities need to invest in and maintain water systems.

When the Sewer Pipe Breaks, Watch Out For What Comes Next

Toxic emissions from common pipe repair are a health risk, researchers…

Federal Water Agency, in Course Correction, Courts Private Investment

Bureau of Reclamation showcases five water projects for private…
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A Torrent of Water and Concrete Imperil Chennai’s IT Boom

Ecological distress imperials Chennai's IT corridor.

Water Utility Cyberattack Rings Up Hefty Data Charges

Money is often the root of cyberattacks on water utilities, experts…

Trump Proposal to Fix U.S. Water Infrastructure Invites Large Role for Private Investors

Private-public partnerships, a potential funding source, are…

Oroville Emergency a Warning for U.S. Dam Safety

California prepares for long battle with Oroville’s damaged spillway.

Sinking Land Causes California Water Chokepoint

Buckled canals, damaged because of groundwater pumping, impair state’s ability to deliver water and control floods.

Alabama Risks Lives with No Dam Oversight

Only state without a dam safety program. By Brett Walton,…