Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Sponge Cities incorporate nature-based stormwater management infrastructure in line with traditional Chinese ideals.
Agriculture in the U.S. Midwest is fueling a massive dead zone in the Gulf, and farmers anticipate that their long unregulated runoff will soon be regulated.
Floods and drought are two sides of the same coin. Unless water can be absorbed into the ground, heavy rainfall can flow into the sea, unused.
Two recent studies warn of troubles on the horizon for Texas groundwater resources. How can Texas communities use water resources more sustainably?
In a move to preserve freshwater resources, China is putting its money behind an expansion of wastewater reuse.
Vietnam has experienced its share of wastewater problems, but a new public-private partnership law is sparking progress in infrastructure buildout.