Gina Lopez, a “Crusader,” Sets Philippines Water, Mining Safety on Unexpected New Course

New environment secretary vows to enforce rule of law. By…

The Stream, December 4: Water Governance for and by the U.S.

Ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the application of the…

The Stream, March 7: Australia Floods Stir Murray-Darling Debate

Extensive flooding in Australia makes the need to implement a…

The Stream, December 14: Melting Arctic Releases Greenhouse Gas

Thawing permafrost is releasing large plumes of methane gas into…

The Stream, April 15: Regulating the Natural Gas Industry

Cuba's worst drought in 50 years has depleted reservoirs by about…

Peter Gleick: California’s Looming Groundwater Catastrophe

gleickcalipump21 California is one of the only states in the United States with almost completely unregulated groundwater use.

EPA to regulate release of animal effluent as wastewater

WASHINGTON D.C. -- Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs)…

Two years of California sunshine to shrink state water supply

SANTA CLARA, California -- After seven-hundred and thirty days…

IJC transboundary water plan criticized by state, feds

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK - A proposal to regulate water levels in the…