Who in the U.S. Is in ‘Plumbing Poverty’? Mostly Urban Residents, Study Says

Not everyone in the country has piped water at home. Study authors argue that water access in the U.S. is inseparable from housing and social inequality.

SDG Report: Billions Lack Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation at Home

Report is first to track higher standards set by the UN’s sustainable…

The Stream, May 22: Water, Food Crisis Driving Instability in Yemen

The European Union will provide additional humanitarian aid to…

The Stream, August 22: World Water Week 2011

Deutsche Welle highlights some of the pressing topics on the…

The Stream, March 25: Nuclear Legacy

While the world is following the unfolding nuclear disaster at…

The Stream, March 23: World Water Ranking

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

The Stream, March 22: World Water Day 2011

The New York Times compares the water markets and policies of…

The Stream, March 8: Toxic Lead

Syria launched the construction of a $2.1 billion irrigation…

Mexico City Washes Off Flu With Dribbles

mexicoslums While countries around the world are taking measures to hold up the spread of the H1N1 virus, much of Mexico City still lacks the most basic barrier to the flu –- water sanitation.