The living wall at the Palace Hotel will capture rainwater, improve air quality and regulate the temperature inside the hotel.
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.
Energy and water are fundamentally connected, yet most policies don't recognize that symbiosis.
Here's what we can learn from Texas's current approach to energy and water policy.
With awareness of corporate water risks rising, the CDP plans to add scoring to its Water Disclosure system in 2014.
Craft brewers know they can't make a great product without great water, so they're calling on President Obama to strengthen the Clean Water Act.
Early results from IBM projects in three states show how sensors, analytics and power modeling software are reducing leaks and risky runoff.
At this hackathon, coders seeking to disrupt the way meat is made pitched a Google Glass app for shoppers, an AirBNB-style tool for farmers and more.
Here's a look at managing growing water risks beyond the UN's 2015 Millennium Development Goals.
The stakes are high when it comes to clean water and sanitation, especially for businesses in developing regions.
Full public disclosure of water use and issues makes it easier -- not harder -- to reform corporations and their public sustainability image.
The tool gives facilities a score for their water management efforts by shedding light on water use and prioritizing opportunities for conservation.
Water pricing, the business value of water and the human right to water are all issues that businesses face, especially in developing nations.
The market’s perverse water pricing creates opportunities for businesses that look beyond the market and consider the true cost of H20.
Enlightened regulatory efforts and new tools and resources help companies understand and address water risk facing their Chinese suppliers.
Water issues in China threaten the supply chains of many U.S. companies grappling with understanding the risks facing their Chinese suppliers.
Communities across the U.S. are collapsing the gap between needed services and civic improvements through an innovative citizen-to-city communications system.
There is a temptation to brand water as the "new oil" or treat it like GHG, but these comparisons aren't appropriate.
World's biggest brewer cuts water use by 18.6 percent across 130 facilities and boosts recycling rate to 99.2 percent.