world water day 2016
Girls who relieve themselves outdoors are often subjected to attacks and other awful risks.
One of the first things most students of economics learn is the diamond and water paradox. How can it be that water is free even though life cannot exist without it, while diamonds are expensive although no one dies for lack of diamonds?
The company is sharing its water-saving strategies with rivals.
Half the world's workers are employed in industries heavily dependent on water.
Coal-fired power consumes 7 percent of the world's freshwater, Greenpeace says.
Here's how we can stop it.
Lisa Teller is only a year-and-a-half old, but she doesn't live at home with her family. That's because her house - not far from Flagstaff, AZ - doesn't have clean, running water. Without it, she could get sick or even die.