Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Vietnam’s Prime Minister has issued a clean water directive as pressure on freshwater resources increases due to drought, saline intrusion, and more.
The new wisdom on mine closure is to consider it during the design process as part of a meaningful dialog between stakeholder, government, and community.
As climate change reduces the world’s supply of fresh water, groundwater banking presents an opportunity to store it in a safe place.
In Antarctica, stations use decentralized wastewater treatment. They’re required by treaty to treat wastewater to the standards of their home nations.
The UK faces a water crisis by 2050 that it hopes to avert with a two-pronged strategy of increasing supply and reducing demand.
U.S. mining is on the rise. But, its water and energy challenges will require innovation to protect water resources and lower carbon dioxide emissions.