Water use can take two forms - consumption or withdrawal. It's important to understand the difference between the two.
US-born James Whitlow Delano has spent the last 17 years traveling throughout Asia shooting challenging human rights situations and environmental disasters.
FIJI Water and its parent company, Roll International, are using a lot of water - and making a lot of dough - at the expense of surrounding communities.
So far, 2011 has been a tough year for scandal-prone California agribusiness giant, Roll Global, parent company of bottled water brand FIJI Water, among others. After all the bad press last year, it's not unexpected that the corporation might want to distance itself from...itself.
A new contest from visualizing.org will display the winning visualization of groundwater depletion on a 19,000 sq. ft. Times Square sign with a 30 second motion graphic. Science rules.
Carole Baker is the Chair of the Alliance for Water Efficiency. Here we discuss how she got to that position, water efficiency and conservation and Texas water politics.
The Water Bill of Rights is a declaration that all Americans deserve access to safe, clean drinking water.
GRACE supports Last Call at the Oasis, the powerful water documentary that illustrates our collective dependence on water and the challenges we face in protecting it.
Find out your water footprint, then pledge to dry it out, joining other nationalgeographic.com users who have already committed to saving thousands of gallons.
Consider food preparation. Because of it, we spend much of our lives at home in the kitchen, making it a major hub of activity. So saving water in the kitchen plays a big part in reducing your water consumption at home. Read more to find out.
This is a collection of content tagged with 'Agricultural Water Use.'
Freshwater is literally the lifeblood of agriculture. Learn why water is important to agriculture and how agriculture can impact water.
Find out more about how water is a part of your daily life through your habits inside and outside of your home, the food you eat, the products you buy and even the energy use.
From Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension Services.
Agriculture is a major user of ground and surface water in the United States, accounting for approximately 80 percent of the Nation's consumptive water use and over 90 percent in many Western States.
'Food, Water and Energy: Know the Nexus' explains how food, water and energy systems are connected, how and where these systems intersect, how they rely upon each other to function and how they can have a significant impact on each other.