Near textile factories in China and India, rivers run pink, purple, and blue. They’re contaminated with clothing dyes dumped into waterways instead of being sent to treatment plants.
Cleaning up a polluted lake ought to be a good thing for the birds that spend winters there, right? Apparently not — at least in the case of one large lake in Northern Ireland.
As deforestation of the Amazon continues, the effects could be felt as far as the western United States.
About half of the lakes in a northern region of China have vanished over the last few decades, scientists report.
If someone invites you out for dinner in China, chances are you won’t go hungry.
The land is sinking fast beneath fish farms at a delta in China, mainly due to groundwater pumping.
A U.S. town could save tens of millions of liters of water per year by adopting more densely-packed housing with smaller lawns, researchers say in Landscape and Urban Planning.
A cabinet modeled after snowpack data
Artist Adrien Segal has transformed cold, hard data about snow into an undulating wood sculpture.
With natural gas production booming, questions surrounding water contamination remain unsettled.
and other tales of innovative water conservation in unlikely places.