Gina Lopez, Philippine Environment Secretary, Pursues Watershed Protection

Clear goals to enforce pollution laws jeopardize the new secretary’s job.

Alaska Seeks River Protections Against British Columbia Mines | PODCAST |

State and provincial leaders cooperate on threat to transboundary…

U.S. Appeals Court Affirms Tribal Groundwater Rights

Lawsuit could reach the U.S. Supreme Court. By Brett Walton,…

Clean Water Rule Repeal Cannot Come at a Pen Stroke

Trump executive order seeks to remove federal protections for…

U.S. Governors Discuss Water in 2017 State of the State Speeches

Leaders outline water policy priorities. By Brett Walton,…

No Filter: Treating Drinking Water at the Faucet Is Rarely a Utility’s Contamination Solution

Under-the-sink filters are effective. But regulators impose stringent…

2017 Preview: Window of Opportunity for U.S. Department of Agriculture

Can the USDA make inroads for water quality and water infrastructure…

‘Standing Rock Is Everywhere:’ An Interview with Judith LeBlanc of the Native Organizers Alliance | PODCAST |

When members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe set up camp on…

EPA Turns Away from CAFO Water Pollution

Inspections and enforcement have declined since 2011, but fines…

After Flint Failure, EPA Refocuses Federal Drinking Water Role

Agency notes that safe water is a communal effort. By…

Potomac River Agreement Reached By West Virginia, Maryland

Neighbors come to terms on river water permits. By Brett…

Broken Water Systems Reflect Midwest Election Revolt

Trump triumphs in Rust Belt regions with neglected water infrastructure. By…