The City of Cape Town has repeated its call to locals to continue to save drinking water, even though Day Zero has been pushed back again - this time from July 9 to July 15.

Is this beautiful world fighting for its very existence? Will the coming generations be in a position to enjoy every element of nature? Are we constrained to live in a highly polluted environment?

Across India, the magnitude and intensity of extreme weather events like drought and floods is increasing.

Governments are not doing anywhere near enough, anywhere near fast enough, to make clean water, decent sanitation and good hygiene (WASH) normal for everyone, everywhere by 2030. Despite progress around the world to increase access to these basic needs, 844 million people still don’t have access to clean water and decent toilets.

Nainital: After the water supply from Naini Lake was reduced to 8 million litres per day from 14 million litres, in order to make sure it’s water levels didn’t dip as dangerously as they did last y

Members of the North Darfur parliament has urged the state authorities to develop plans to ease the acute shortage of drinking water in the capital El Fasher.

Mulanje — An effort to shore up water to Blantyre is drawing protests from people who say "we can't serve Blantyre before we serve ourselves"

EMUCHIMI, Kenya, Feb 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On a sunny afternoon in Western Kenya, Eunice Shigali filled a 10 litre jerrycan with water, then unfolded it like a suitcase and placed it in

Nairobi — The Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company, says water rationing in Nairobi County is expected to persist until the year 2026.

Industrial effluents pollute water which can cause serious health problems.