The Stream, March 14: Colorado Utilities Limit Municipal Water Use

Colorado residents will face some of the strictest water limits…

The Stream, June 18: What’s the Potential of Green Accounting?

Can putting a monetary value on natural resources reign in unfettered…

Building China’s 21st-century Megacity: Shanghai’s Experiment with Water and Nature

A new community on the Yangtze River has, so far, been more successful at attracting ducks than people. But city officials have their sights set high for Lingang Port City, which they say could be home to nearly a million people by 2050. Cleaner water will be a big help.

The Stream, June 1: Drought in China

Food prices for staple crops such as maize will more than double…

The Stream, May 30: China’s Looming Power Crisis

China's worsening power crisis leaves it few long-term options…
China Water Stats Information Graphic

Infographic: Beijing Water Use and Population Statistics

The population of China's capital has doubled since 1980, and, though agricultural and industrial water use is down, municipal use is up.

Downpours, Contaminated Water Sicken Thousands in China

Torrential rains are causing deaths and wreaking havoc in several regions of China.