Who ruined Mad Max’s world? The new film isn't afraid to lay blame — and suggest a way forward.
Some California farmers have discovered ways to farm that use very little water, yet thirstier methods still dominate. What gives?
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To protect vital wetlands, the Ojibwe tribe and local scientists and activists pressured industry to abandon plans for what would have harmed thousands of species of plants and animals.
After industry and greed destroyed my life in northern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale fracking country, I knew I needed to stand with the water protectors.
Despite decaying infrastructure and budget pressures, city water utilities have mostly delivered on their promise of healthy water.
A new amendment to the 1944 water treaty between Mexico and the United States aims to create a fair, cooperative system for restoring the Colorado River.
Drone footage shows nature taking back what’s hers; Washington high-school students build tiny houses for the homeless; and the epic tech battle over adblockers.
“Low-income disadvantaged communities are the best water conservationists: At the end of the day, we’re not going to waste water because it costs money.”
Residents fear that coal-contaminated water is seeping into their wells. But a lack of evidence is stalling action.
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The urban drainage-ways of Los Angeles can never quite look like wild creeks, but restoring some of their capacity to store, slow, and filter water fixes many problems at once.