A new study estimates that a staggering four billion people experience water shortage for at least one month out of the year. This is far more than previously thought, researchers say.
A new hybrid center pivot irrigation system sprays water above ground and pulls less water from underground, ultimately reducing the amount needed to grow potato crops.
A new house design runs on solar, breeze-collection, rainwater, and the ability to raise tilapia and an aquaponic garden indoors.
A new mobile app developed by the University of Nebraska and other partners and using NASA satellite images. This will allow more water managers, farmers and others to conserve water.
After studying groundwater resources from the Illawarra plateau of New South Wales, researchers have developed water-tracing methods that will help detect future changes in water flow and quality.
In an update on the past couple of years in energy extraction, studies, and fracking in North America, we look at what Nature World News has said and studies have covered.
A Duke University study provides the first comprehensive assessment of fracking's total water footprint.
Almonds don't have to be the 3rd-largest consumer of resources in California. Industry changes could lessen their footprint, especially because orchards by their very nature store carbon.
As part of a larger community of development in downtown Newark, N.J., a 69,000 square foot aeroponic farm just broke ground.