Saving Water Lowered Rates in Two Arizona Cities

Breakthrough research makes financial case for municipal water…

To Avoid Drought Calamity, Cape Town Restricts Water Use

Reservoirs supplying city of 4 million are nearing bottom during…

Study: Efficient Fixtures Cut U.S. Indoor Water Use

America’s households are using less water. By Brett…
World Water Week

Stockholm World Water Week 2011: Megacities, Human Rights, Sanitation, Tech Tools, Energy, and Food

2,600 global experts. 100 sessions. Seven days. One issue: water.

The Stream, August 23: If the Yangtze River Runs Dry

Can the Yangtze, Asia's longest river, run dry? According to…

The Stream, August 22: World Water Week 2011

Deutsche Welle highlights some of the pressing topics on the…

The Stream, July 6: Climate Change and Security

A newly released report by the Institute for Policy Studies suggests…
Water Data Infographic Design Urban Cities World Water Day 2011 Circle of Blue

Infographic: Can We Keep Up? Increase in Urban Domestic Water Use by 2030

Runner-up in the 2011 Urban Water Design Challenge, sponsored by and Circle of Blue.

Harvard Students Win Urban Water Design Challenge for Interactive Water Footprint Infographic

Three weeks, 36 entries: Global competition sponsored by Circle of Blue and

The Stream, March 23: World Water Ranking

Mauritania, Kuwait and Jordan are the most water-stressed countries…

Infographic: Successes and Failures of China’s Five-Year Plans (1996 -2010)

A breakdown of previous plans gives context to the newly released 12th Five-Year Plan.

Dry Spell Sabotages Arusha’s Rainy Season

ARUSHA, Tanzania -- Arusha may be close to the equator, but the…