New research reveals burgeoning private sector involvement in watershed protection and restoration.
Watch some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs pitch market-changing ideas to improve energy in buildings, water usage in farms and car-sharing in cities.
It's not just beverage makers like AB InBev and MillerCoors who need to accelerate water efficiency. Here are the water trends you need to watch.
By 2050, the world is projected to hold 9.6 billion people. These graphics reveal the difficulties this poses -- and possible solutions.
Private equity investments may provide the key to better water infrastructure.
It can be difficult shopping for those with high sustainability standards. These gifts should appease even the most environmentally aware.
The 'revolutionary' approach, which counts IKEA as an investor, works with polyester but could be applied to cotton next.
In response to water scarcity, municipalities are figuring out ways to treat sewage less like waste and more like a resource.
Shari's Café & Pies uses Ecova's energy and utility management services to cut water consumption.
Watershed conservation isn't just a good idea. Here's why it's a bargain for businesses who invest in it.
Global 500 companies and sustainable business leaders speak out about water stewardship.
Measuring your water footprint is the first step to eliminating risk and saving money.
Will Europe be the first region to hit the tipping point in smart water?
Is it time for a new approach to municipal water infrastructure?
By adjusting watering speeds, redirecting sprinklers and addressing evaporation, growers can dramatically reduce water and energy costs.
Beverage companies are among the most visible users of water. Some are using payments for ecosystem services to treat water differently.
Coca-Cola will work with the USDA to beef up watersheds in national parks.
Imagine getting around New Orleans by canal. In this vision, floating streets and 'water plazas' help to flood-proof the Big Easy.
The just-concluded annual event called on the UN to create a dedicated sustainable development goal on water for 2014.
The world's water heavyweights met in Stockholm to address looming threats to quality and quantity. Here are highlights.