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.
In many parts of the world, people have had no idea how much water is being withdrawn from aquifers -- until now.
Sensors and solar-powered ATMs are key features in an expanding network of stations enabling easy access to water.
Water poses growing risks to more than the bottom line, but it's often treated as a side concern. The WWF shares these tips.
Investors and innovative companies have recognized the business opportunities in water tech, but the emerging field is not without its challenges.
Here's what we can learn from Texas's current approach to energy and water policy.
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.
Pair sensors on grapevines with a web app, and science meets the art of winemaking. This startup is helping to grow finer grapes and conserve water.
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.
At the Fortune Brainstorm Green conference last week, will.i.am advised the crowd to "be a verb," meaning sustainability should be about action.
By valuing water, firms can better understand potential impacts across the value chain and develop strategies to mitigate water-related risk.