Major river basins around the world, including the Amazon, may be hot spots for ecological shifts as the planet warms.
Decades of intensive agriculture and water mismanagement have left the country in need of a radical overhaul of its water policies.
Whether floating or hanging, solar panels have the potential to both provide electricity and reduce evaporation from reservoirs.
Rising temperatures are changing the water cycle, with less water is being replenished in crucial river basins in the Himalayas, which has serious implications for water security in India.
Why hiking in the French Alps made me frightened about climate change.
From the Tigris to the Yangtze, GRACE satellites have revealed the impact of human activity on our water supply.
Photo credit: Cedrennes via Flickr. In the Western world we tend to take water completely for granted; but can and should we? By 2050 there will be in the region of nine […]
By guest contributor Malee Oot What happens when America’s produce hub dries out? In the midst of the worst year of a three-year drought, Californians, and the rest of America, are […]