Streams and rivers in the U.S.
Infestations of mountain pine beetles in Colorado forests are contaminating the municipal water supply at nearby water-treatment facilities, according to a new study published in Nature Climate Change.
Green infrastructure can protect water quality and mitigate flooding while increasing energy efficiency, reducing energy costs, and improving public health, according to a joint report released by American Rivers.
A new tool released by the U.S. EPA allows anyone to easily search for and map information about water pollutants that are released into waterways from local industry and facilities.
With increasing strain on water resources in the Southwest from population growth and climate change, water managers are continuously looking for new ways to conserve water. A new report by the National Research Council finds no difference in the risk between current drinking water and highly treated recycled wastewater.