Archives for Water
With the California drought hyper-politicized, there is an opening for food companies to take leadership on this explosive challenge.
As the California drought continues to linger, one industry working to find solutions to the crisis is the denim industry in Los Angeles.
Financial institutions will have to take more steps if they are going to protect their business, and cope with this worldwide ongoing water crisis, in the long term.
The pressure is on in Sacramento, where activists protest that Nestlé is draining local aquifers of as much as 80 million gallons annually.
Yesterday Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order that he said is necessary in order to make California drought-resistant after the lowest snowpack on record.
The drought in California continues, so the state is targeting green lawns. But meanwhile, almond farms consume 9 percent of the state's water.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo each announced US$1 million grants to NGOs that fund water innovation projects worldwide.
As any knowledgeable plumber or wastewater manager will tell you, there is no such thing as flushable wipes.
24 breweries in a partnership with Ceres have signed a declaration urging the industry to take greater action on climate change-related risks.
Like many new ecological thoughts and products, when you treat one problem, you create another—and that goes for water efficiency in the home.
Rather than tout its products’ environmental benefits, SodaStream is emphasizing the health and wellness benefits of drinking water.
In Oregon, Clean Water Services wants to turn recycled water into beer and is petitioning the state government to allow it to move forward with a pilot.