We’ve added new content. Read new case studies on water efficiency
, smart water
, the social impacts
of water scarcity in Indian villages, and green infrastructure
in the Chesapeake Bay. Read More
CHICAGO, May 28, 2013 – The World Resources Institute, a global non-profit organization that focuses on the environment and economic development, and Ceres, a non-profit group that mobilizes business and investor leadership on sustainability challenges, have become the newest members of the Growing Blue network. Read More
CHICAGO, MAY 15, 2013 – A new report from the Columbia University Water Center, in conjunction with Veolia Water and Growing Blue, reveals that businesses and cities in some of America’s most iconic regions are now under even greater risk of water scarcity.
New content added on Mexican water security, European hydropower, Chinese water transfers, and American water infrastructure and endangered rivers.
New content added on conservation, valuation, measuring and managing water use, coastal ecosytems and communities, and the role of water utilities in the future.
We've added new content. Learn about cholera prevention, watershed and service investments, national changes and global risks, and explore the EPA's new tools.
We've added new content on droughts, barge traffic on the Mississippi, water reuse, agricultural water management, water demand in the tourism industry, and global trends in a water-constrained world.
Just how important is the nexus between water and the economy?
From the recent drought to the needs of a growing society, water is now a pressing issue that impacts our economy and way of life. Just how important is the nexus between water and the economy?
On September 18, 2012, a panel of experts from a number of fields gathered in National Geographic’s
Washington DC headquarters to answer this question. Read More