Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Following a report from The Lancet, a multi-trillion-dollar investment alliance has asked fast food giants to shrink their water and carbon footprints.
A new study shows 5.6 million Americans drink nitrate-contaminated water, and low-income and Hispanic communities are most affected.
Increasing water costs and regulation are moving the textile industry toward sustainable practices. What can be done to shrink textile’s water footprint?
To make water potable, or safe for human consumption, organic, inorganic, radiological, microbiological, and aesthetic contaminants may have to be treated.
The Indian government has been pushing for more sewers, but in highly populated areas they may lead to more untreated sewage entering rivers.
The water-energy-food security nexus, which deals with the influence of all three on each other, is part of the vocabulary of development and geopolitics.