November 17, 2015

Smaller Snowpacks May Impact Water Supplies by 2060

According to a new report, climate change is impacting the northern hemisphere’s water supply, which serves more than two billion people, and some nations north of the equator could suffer […]
May 20, 2015

California Celebs are Shamed for Excessive Water Consumption

California celebrities are being publicly criticized for excessive water use in the drought-stricken state. Social media users have taken to Twitter to “drought shame” the rich and famous with bright […]
March 9, 2015

Many Texas Border Residents Live Without Clean, Safe Drinking Water

An estimated 90,000 people along the Texas-Mexico border live without running water. Thousand more often have poor quality running water that may be tainted. Most of these people are low-income […]
March 2, 2015

Central Texas Residents Worry about Water as Local Population Grows

Central Texas residents and developers are clashing over low water supplies and growing suburbs, and observers expect to see more confrontations of this type as the state’s drought continues. Read […]
February 25, 2015

Water Thieves are on the Loose in California

As the state’s four-year-long drought continues, officials are cracking down on California thieves who illegally open fire hydrants and tamper with meters in order to steal water. Read more.
February 19, 2015

The Current Drought is the Worst Ever for Central Texas

The Central Texas drought impacting area lakes is the worst the area has experienced since the lakes were built in the ’30s. New data shows the lakes are facing a […]
February 17, 2015

Dallas Sues Sabine River Authority Over Water Rate Hike

Since 1981 Dallas has paid about $3 million annually for raw water that comes from the shrinking Lake Ford Reservoir in East Texas, but now the Sabine River Authority has […]
February 16, 2015

Influx of New Californians Inhibits Water Conservation

California’s goal to reduce water consumption 20 percent by 2020 may be hampered by the state’s rapid population growth. Read more.
February 13, 2015

New Mexico AG Claims Texas is Stealing Water

  New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas updated the state’s Senate Finance Committee on Texas v New Mexico and Colorado, a critical case that claims federal overreach and the theft of New Mexico water by Texas. […]