Both Roman law and Law of the Sea provide precedents for sharing natural resources, and the emerging trend of benefit‐sharing offers multiple and varied possibilities as well.
Women face greater health and safety risks when water and sanitation systems are compromised, but this has never been explored in relation to tourism.
Photovoltaic-membrane distillation turns waste heat from solar panels into a power source to drive an efficient water distillation process.
Protecting human health should be a priority in climate change mitigation efforts.
In this opinion piece, researchers analyze a commonly deployed analytical tool used to think about water in the social sciences: the “hydrosocial cycle”.
Irrigators’ decisions to follow best management practices or implement a policy change, to accept a technology, or even to exit farming, all affect society.
Agricultural, urban and industrial activities have dramatically increased aquatic nitrogen and phosphorus pollution (eutrophication), threatening water quality and biotic integrity from headwater streams to coastal areas world‐wide.
How can we better regulate unconventional oil and gas extraction to protect groundwater from contamination?
How water quality standards for pesticides affect the classification of the chemical status of rivers.
A green, renewable, and environmentally friendly strategy to remove toxic dye from wastewater.
The potential of spider venom for environmentally friendly insecticides
Scientists investigated the bactericidal effect and plant growth enhancement using oxygen radical plasma-irradiated organic compound solutions.
A global review of water markets to identify key findings in operation and outcomes.