Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
A study found that readily available data on five built environment metrics, such as lot size and age of building, can predict municipal water demand.
Newark, with its drinking water lead crisis, could preview a national failing pipe network crisis.
A new study based on WRI Aqueduct data shows that 15 cities in the Global South have less access to safe, reliable, affordable water than thought.
Time and money have been spent on watershed restoration, but tracking results hasn’t kept up. What can be done to ensure proper monitoring?
Membranes and membrane processes are becoming dominant in water treatment, particularly in desalination. Learn more about membranes and their applications.
In a California sanitation district, a horizontal redesign of a standard levee comes with a range of benefits, from absorbing storm surges to purifying water.