"We have the brownest lawn on the block, and I'm proud of it."
Greece is unable to react to Turkey's trespassing into its territory due to lack in military funding.
Lima, one of the world's driest cities, to fix disused waterways to prevent water shortages.
The study identified households where sewage was being misdirected into waterways.
There's a lack of respect among warring sides for the protected status of water, according to the Red Cross.
The State Water Resources Control Board enacts regulations to curb the state's epic drought.
New report shows huge gaps in access to water across the developing world.
If confirmed, the study would bolster the theory that Mars at one time possibly sustained life.
Scientists at the University of Rochester were influenced by the lotus leaf when developing the material.
The Gates foundation has funded a machine that can convert human waste into drinkable water in five minutes
Part of Ireland's €30 billion austerity drive will introduce direct charges on households for water use next year
Martin Riese is here to enlighten you to the wonders of fancy water, from Arctic icebergs to Beverly Hills 90H20.
An American flight engineer who landed back on Earth in Kazakhstan Monday documented his months-long journey on social media.
Good beer and clean water go hand-in-hand, a group of beer makers argue
From lighting your television screen to sterilizing polluted water, how the new Nobel laureates' inventions can change the world
A new study traced the source of methane in drinking water to faulty fracking wells.
Even a little rain causes the city's sewage to bypass treatment, and flow right into places like the Gowanus Canal
State regulators say trying to further clean up would do more harm than good
The 300,000 people whose water was contaminated by the spill went without running water for ten days, and even then health officials still could not agree on the water's safety
Poland Spring trounced Coca-Cola in America's top market