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In case you missed it, the American Southwest has been going through a drought for the past 24 years. Tree ring and geologic data show it is the worst drought in the region for 1200 years! Lake Mead...
A report published in Science in May forecast dire futures for the many of the largest and most famous lakes on our planet, more than half of which have lost vast amounts of water over the previous...
In a world of trendy bottled waters and flashy flavored sips, some states are holding steadfast to a timeless classic: good ol’ tap water. From the lively streets of New York to the sunny...
Americans paid over 14% more for electricity in 2022 than the prior year, which was double overall inflation, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Although inflation has been...
Home cooks all know the frustration of starting dinner and then realizing they’re out of a key ingredient. After doing this one too many times, most eventually remember to read their recipe first...
Access to clean water is limited in many nations around the world, but even in the United States, water quality is an issue. Contamination from chemical toxins, heavy metals, and microbial pathogens...
A recent analysis reveals that Oslo has the highest price for water in the world.
While water is the source of life, no futures contract really allows for trading in and hedging of water prices. That will change in the coming months.
A fresh research report from Janney Montgomery Scott has substantially raised price targets across the universe of U.S. water utilities.
Credit Suisse believes that investing in companies that address the world’s water resource challenges may be a significant growth opportunity.
According to the EPA, 13 million households rely on water from their own wells. The agency does not regulate this source of water.
A UNESCO report released Wednesday calls for taking action to meet future demands on global water supplies by using nature-based, sustainability solutions.
2016 U.S. sales of bottled water surpassed sales of carbonated soft drinks for the first time. Per capita consumption of bottled water totaled more than 39 gallons compared with consumption more than...
What are investors supposed to make of the notion that General Electric is selling off its Water & Process Technologies business?
There are some serious business and economic policy changes coming down the pipe, and the first order will be infrastructure.