Global warming is playing a significant role in diverting much-needed wet winter weather away from the increasingly dry Mediterranean, a new study led by a NOAA scientist suggests.
If the price of water were allowed to rise naturally, you'd see fewer green lawns in Arizona and fewer pools in L.A.
New water reforms passed by the California Legislature Wednesday include repairing infrastructure, providing more reliable resources to a growing state, and protecting the environment.
Towns around the U.S. fight firms that want to soak up a local resource.
Four technologies aim to use heat from the sun to make electricity. But which one has the edge?
Population, pollution, and climate put the squeeze on potable supplies – and private companies smell a profit. Others ask: Should water be a human right?
It's a 50 percent possibility, a new Scripps study finds, which would squeeze water supplies in Arizona, California, Nevada, and New Mexico.
The lawn-free look conserves water, but takes some getting used to for those accustomed to manicured grass.