The hunt for water is a daily ritual of necessity in the Somali Region of Ethiopia. Exacerbated by climate change, on the brink of an emergency, the quest becomes more urgent.
The U.S. Army is developing a net zero program to produce as much energy as consumed over a year. Water and waste are conserved and recycled.
Anheuser-Busch is defending itself against claims that it is watering down the alcohol content for its beers. After numerous lawsuits have been launched in different states, [...]
A water main break began spewing water around Madison Square Park near the juncture of 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway on Feb. 1, causing the shutdown of several [...]
On Thursday the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which designated the canal a Superfund site on March 2, 2010, announced a proposed cleanup plan, which is expected [...]
In searching for worlds we humans might one day try to inhabit, the presence of water is among the most pertinent considerations.
Mercury’s reputation as the heavy metal planet might have been dented somewhat.
This Chinese idiom advises one to readily accept good advice, without hesitation or resistance.
The Chinese idiom “where water flows, a channel will form” advises that success will come when conditions are ripe.
Forty years ago this week, Congress passed landmark legislation that forced water quality standards on industry and changed the way Americans treat their rivers and wetlands.