The Stream, September 16: Corporate Sustainability Ranking

What are the largest additions and deletions in the 2011 Dow…

The Stream, September 15: Business and the Environment

U.S. coal companies have donated $1.5 million to House Speaker…

Business vs. Environment: Ohio Governor Vetoes Lake Erie Water Withdrawal Bill

The highly controversial bill set the highest thresholds for water withdrawal permits in the Great Lakes region, sparking debate between environmentalists and businesses over the use of Lake Erie water.

The Stream, May 24: Water Business

IPS interviews Chilean environmentalist Sara Larraín about Patagonia's…

The Stream, April 14: Shale Gas

The French government will support parliamentary motions to revoke…

Peter Gleick: Fiji Water — When Environment, Politics, and Economics Collide Over Bottled Water

Fiji Water, one of the world's most well-promoted brands of bottled water, is also one of the most secretive and private.

Businesses Get New Blueprint for Managing Water Risks

New guide from U.N. Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate outlines how corporations can successfully engage in water policy and management.

Bulk Water Company Plans to Export to India, East Asia and the Caribbean

‘Water has to come to the people,’ president of S2C Global tells Circle of Blue.

Michigan Supreme Court Case Could Strengthen Protection of State’s Lakes, Streams and Groundwater

An environmental group’s legal victory in the fight to block the dumping of water from a contaminated site into a popular Michigan fly-fishing stream may provide stronger legal protections for lakes and streams across the state.

China’s Oil Spill Threatens International Waters

The world's largest energy consuming country is plagued by potential ecological damage.

Alaska City Set to Ship Water to India, U.S. Company Announces

Within six to eight months, S2C Global Systems will ship water from Alaska to a hub in India.

Oil Spill in Gulf Could Wash Ashore by Friday, Officials

The oil spill from an oil rig explosion could be leaking oil at five times the rate previously assumed.