From the Caspian Sea to Lake Superior, the world's largest lakes cover areas sometimes even larger than countries. Take a look at 25 of the world's biggest.
4.2 billion people around the world lack access to safely managed sanitation services, but a more circular approach to wastewater could help.
One village in Kenya has used traditional methods to restore a vital water source.
To improve the lives and livelihoods of those that rely on the land in the Azawak, Amman Imman is working to tackle water scarcity and restore the ecosystems.
In some municipalities in Mexico City, women can spend almost an entire working week on water-related activities, but nature-based solutions could help.
Recent droughts and heatwaves are having serious knock-on effects for the world's economic sectors such as food and energy. How can this be addressed?
ESG frameworks are focused on climate change - but this runs the risk of failing to ensure access to water for all. Here are 3 urgent changes we must make.
A device has been developed by Spanish engineers to condense air into drinking water, helping to improve water access for communities in Namibia and Lebanon.
Using less and recycling more could help relieve the planet’s overstressed water resources. Is circularity the way forward?
Unless we respect the value of water and sanitation, we run the risk of never having enough resources to roll it out to everyone in the world.
Market design is a powerful economic tool to create and refine marketplaces and exchanges to improve the allocation of scarce resources such as water.
A decade ago, Durban was facing severe water shortages, but today it's addressed significant water-related challenges offering a template for other cities.
A new study has shown that brown trout exposed to methamphetamine changed their behaviour, shedding light on how human drug-taking affects marine life.
We are still a way off achieving universal access to clean drinking water, sanitation and handwashing facilities writes Our World in Data's Hannah Ritchie.
Researchers have developed a condenser that's able to harvest water 24 hours a day with no energy input, which could help tackle water insecurity globally.