- Forward-thinking businesses ought to monetize water risk so it can be factored into investment decisions and considered alongside other business metrics.
Private investments productively and profitably can be diverted toward improving agricultural and urban watersheds, says TNC.
Two new technology centers revitalize Wisconsin city while bringing companies and researchers together.
Many businesses miss the connection between the water strategy within their own walls and stewardship outside them. Here's how to tweak that thinking.
Reconnect people to their water sources. That should be the mission of many cause-related campaigns in our media-intensive, ad-heavy world.
Nearly half a million residents of Glass City just found out the hard way that living on the tip of a Great Lake is no guarantee of drinking water.
From industry giants thinking beyond freshwater to startups tackling the wastewater, here are the names to watch.
U.S. water infrastructure is ailing, but we can fix our tenuous grid to make use of a largely untapped source.
Older protocols are less relevant in this era of climate change and water stress. It's time to reconsider and revise how you assess risk.
This intriguing solution to watershed degradation has flourished in Ecuador's capital city.
What do the small business owners think of the proposed "Waters of the U.S." rule? An ASBC poll revealed some surprises.
A U.N. ambassador calls for a revolutionary approach to managing our "global commons," including waterways from the Nile to the Thames.
Nike and Adidas are turning to this new tech. Yet major questions remain as to what can turn the tide to reduce pollution in the textile industry.
Addressing the "new normal" of record-breaking drought in California requires this combination of solutions.
Breweries large and small are trying creative and innovative strategies to become more sustainable in light of market changes and demands.
Links between water, energy and food security create the need to address sustainability across sectors.
Blame the food sector as the worst offender to natural capital, particularly the oceans, says this U.N. study.
Desalination methods are improving, which makes agricultural water and industrial effluent available for reuse.
A company plant in Mexico using many types of water-saving tech is one example of how the company has addressed the growing challenge.
FedEx, Microsoft and GWC innovators win award named for the man Harvard Business review called "one of the foremost business thinkers of our time."
Smart glass and skylights, gadget recycling kiosks and modular smartphones are among the top products in this year's Sustainia100 list of innovations.