How much water do we use? More than any other country, it turns out. And we could save a lot.
Meet citizen riverkeepers from Milwaukee, Atlanta, and Washington D.C.
All living things need water.
10 years ago, YES! Magazine covered the story of the Living Water Garden, part of a citywide revitalization program in Chengdu, China. Has the promise of that story turned into reality?
Should you be worried about your tap water? Yes, but not for the reason you expected.
A look at China's living water garden in Chengdu. This floating ecological living machine—a gorgeous botanical garden—is restoring open sewage canals.
One big dam or a thousand small projects? City Council President Richard Conlin presents Seattle's water conservation policies.
Give your students more hands-on activities with these captivating lesson plans about life’s most basic means of survival: food and water.
As climate change and worldwide shortages loom, will people fight over water or join together to protect it? A global water justice movement is demanding a change in international law to ensure the universal right to clean water for all.