Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
While California’s almond industry is a runaway success story, the industry is raising eyebrows for its vast water needs in a state dogged by drought.
Although thermoelectric power generation is a water-intensive industry, it has been trending toward greater efficiency since the 1970s.
With water conservation increasingly necessary, the striking difference between water use in affluent and lower-income areas is drawing attention.
Potable water reuse has arrived, but favorable public attitudes are lagging. One UC Riverside researcher decided to take public taste into account.
The people of Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, not only face rising sea levels, but depletion of groundwater is speeding rapid subsidence of the land.
With memories of the Millennium Drought still fresh, Australian cities have been embracing indirect potable reuse of wastewater to augment supplies.