The technology needed to address India's water pollution problem already exists. What is needed is intent and a commitment to use it.
Status quo approaches are not going to be enough to solve the world’s water and sanitation problems. Here's how innovative thinking can help.
Drought and poor planning mean Cape Town is approaching the day when the taps run dry. But this lack of accounting for the cost of water is not unique to South Africa.
Food and drink brands must consider water use throughout the supply chain.
Cloud seeding is the process of adding particles to the air to induce rain or snowfall. Scientists think it could be the future of creating water.
In small amounts, phosphorous aids plant growth, but the large amounts we're putting into the oceans is killing marine life.
The water shortages are hitting the local economy in Cape Town.
After three years of persistent drought, the government has warned that the coastal South African city would be forced to turn off most of its taps in 2018 — a date also known as "Day Zero."
Researchers in Lithuania are trialling a new technique to keep water clear for up to 3 months.
After years of prescription medications getting into the water supply, researchers have found a low-cost way to filter them out.
South African artists have created a special playlist to encourage shorter showers.
Without suitable water infrastructure, some communities are working together to secure provide safe drinking water.
Demand for water is expected to exceed supply by 40% by 2030. How can governments, business and civil society close the gap?
A new project, Source, is able to pull moisture from the air with the help of solar power.
Carbon dioxide is damaging our freshwater as well as our oceans.