Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
A new study shows that groundwater levels are especially critical for ecosystems and economies dependent on surface water.
With drugs and toiletries in surface water an increasing problem, a new membrane is showing promise for their large-scale removal.
U.S. sewage and water utility rates are going up overall, but there’s still much volatility in the sector. Low-income households often are hit hardest.
Researchers find cumulative cancer risk from drinking water contaminants is roughly the same as risk from air pollutants.
WRI’s Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas paints a picture of future water scarcity faced by as much as a quarter of the planet’s inhabitants. What are some viable solutions?
According to the World Bank, water doesn’t have to be visibly polluted to be dangerous, and there often are trade-offs between economy and environment.