An oil company tries to foment a conversation about the linkages between energy, food, and water. What's going on here?
A majority of Americans are concerned about the state of U.S. water infrastructure -- and are willing to pay more to fix it.
Using technology for role-playing was a watershed moment for a group seeking to learn about how to protect the Chesapeake Bay.
November 9-11, hackers came together at Code for America's Headquarters for "Hack City" - a 3 day-long Cleanweb hackathon at VERGE.
Beth Sauerhaft, PepsiCo's director of global environmental sustainability, talks about water-use reduction, sustainable farming and her skills with manure spreaders.
Environmental, social and governance issues take on increased prominence in the private equity industry.
A summary of key ideas and tools that emerged at the World Water Week conference in Stockholm this week.
Learn how one company got a handle on its facility-level water risks and developed risk-mitigation strategies by conducting a geographic risk assessment.
With a drought and other factors having pushed up water prices sharply over the past two years, companies are conserving and working with watershed stakeholders to lower their risks.
Manufacturers worldwide are looking at ways to reduce their water footprint and strengthen their supply chains while maintaining quality.
- Webcast: Top Considerations When Evaluating, Choosing and Deploying EHS, Carbon and Water Tracking Software
In this hour-long webcast you’ll learn best practices and lessons learned from experienced EHS and compliance professionals from ArcelorMittal and FujiFilm on managing successful software...
Virgin teams up with Strauss to sell home water-purification systems in the U.K. Can it tap into the flood of demand for consumer water purification?
NGOs and companies in a wide range of industries have taken increasingly ambitious steps to manage their water footprints. Most oil and gas firms, however, have remained silent on the matter.
Millions of U.S. residents -- as well as commercial buildings, agriculture and more -- are at risk from rising sea levels and storm surges, new research from Climate Central finds.
For those trying to save ecosystems, it would help to know how much they're really worth -- in terms of tangible commodities like timber and clean water -- to corporations and economies that...
Ford Motor Company's manager of Social Sustainability explains why his work has expanded beyond not just environmental issues, but to reach out far beyond the company's own factories and...
Verdantix takes a look at the state of global corporate water strategies and what it will take for them to mature.
A new report shows that U.S. cities can save billions in costs -- while cleaning waterways and green neighborhoods -- by leveraging private investment in green infrastructure.
Our over-leveraged global water position is fundamentally unsustainable, and the business community is already feeling the pain.
A San Francisco startup called WaterSmart Software wants to remind people that wasting water is wasting money, and to show consumers how to conserve both.