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Two of the space agency's satellites provide data on fresh water supplies used in corporate risk management tools.
A former Marine explains why the United States need to adopt sustainability and move past the status quo.
Will Europe be the first region to hit the tipping point in smart water?
Here's how some of the biggest toy brands are making strides toward protecting the planet's natural resources.
By adjusting watering speeds, redirecting sprinklers and addressing evaporation, growers can dramatically reduce water and energy costs.
Innovative technologies aimed at saving the seas by engaging people surfaced at SXSW Eco 2013.
Improving efficiency in all forms helps with short-term ROI. What we really need is business transformation.
Coca-Cola will work with the USDA to beef up watersheds in national parks.
Most U.S. businesses have adopted some type of green program or technology.
A report from Environmental Entrepreneurs rings a warning about future shortages.
In many parts of the world, people have had no idea how much water is being withdrawn from aquifers -- until now.
St. Louis companies participate in a regionwide learning lab to make their daily operations greener.
Upgrading aging water infrastructure is costly, but advanced technology can help utilities detect leaks or unbilled water usage faster.
Investors and innovative companies have recognized the business opportunities in water tech, but the emerging field is not without its challenges.
Sodexo's senior CSR director discusses a growing emphasis on food as part of the larger sustainability discussion.
Massachusetts became the first U.S. to move to ban businesses from sending organics to landfills or incinerators.
Waco, Wichita, Louisville, Tucson, Sacramento and Portland, Maine, will receive sustainability help from Portland State University.