Alabama Risks Lives with No Dam Oversight

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

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…

2016 Election: Water on the Ballot

Voters choose measures on bottled water regulation, government…

Congress Weighs Help To Pay Escalating Household Water Bills

Midwest lawmakers propose new direction for water affordability. By…

Water Storage a Critical Question for Climate Adaptation

21st century conditions require big changes in approach ensuring…

Colorado to Approve First State Water Plan

Plan will endorse conservation, storage, and agricultural transfers…

California Groundwater Law Tests State’s Capacity to Oversee A Vital Resource

A year after passage, California begins building a new regulatory…

Federal Drought Policy Need Not Wait for Congress

Natural resources agencies have the authority to change practices on their own, conservation groups argue.

Concerns over Bottled Water and NAFTA Swirl during British Columbia Drought

Citizen petition calls for higher fees on Nestle and other bottled water companies while authorities worry about trade agreement implications.

Saving Salmon: California Orders New Water Restrictions

Restrictions target big Sacramento River reservoir and Russian River residents, but effects will ripple through the state.