Cleaning up the dangerously polluted Guanabara Bay in the next year for sailing events is the biggest challenge facing Rio de Janeiro Olympic organizers.
Solar-powered gadget can harvest half a liter of water per hour.
How come that glass of water you left out overnight tasted terrible by the next day? It's just water, right? Does it go bad?
Only about a quarter of precipitation ends up in the oceans. Where does the rest go? Continue reading →
In Singapore’s Pandan Reservoir, a flock of swans controlled by programmers monitor the water for contamination, measuring PH levels and more.
In the future, neighborhoods could be recycling their own water, just like they recycle newspapers, bottles and cans.
About 48 million years ago, a natural miracle occurred: The first known “Jesus lizard” walked on water. Continue reading →
As climate change worsens, water will become more scarce and potentially lead to resource wars. So, what's being done to prevent water wars?
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