Endress+Hauser employees have run and walked more than 2300 km to fund a water aid project in the Vietnamese province of Kon Tum.
For the sixth consecutive year, Australia's Commonwealth-managed fisheries have been deemed to be in good shape and fished sustainably.
Without compromising on hygiene, 4 Pines Brewing Company sought to make its beer more sustainable.
The Coca-Cola Australia Foundation has announced a grant focused on tackling marine pollution in Australia's coastal and inland waterways.
The agricultural sector is continuing to make significant investments in clean energy to decarbonise the economy.
Engineers at Monash University have developed a soil moisture mapping system using autonomous drone technology to improve paddock irrigation practice.
The 'Give Back to Habitat' initiative kicked off with the opening of the Moreton Bay Shellfish Recycling Centre.
Groundwater contamination could be among many possible impacts of unconventional gas production.
WA Water Minister Dave Kelly has recognised the top savers in the Water Corporation's non-residential water-saving programs.
Could a fountain save a life? New research has found that installing more water features — including public fountains, ponds and mist — in Western Sydney could reduce the mortality rate during heatwaves by almost 50%.
Customer education, infrastructure modernisation and the use of data analytics will be key tools to overcoming the water industry's perennial challenges posed by ageing infrastructure, according to the '2017 Strategic Directions: Water Industry Report' released in the US.
Victoria's water sector is embracing gender diversity with the inaugural Women in Water event, held recently in Traralgon and attended by over 150 women from across the local industry.
The Australian Water Association's international water conference and trade exhibition, Ozwater, will be held from 16–18 May at ICC Sydney.
The water industry has an opportunity to do more for sustainable growth using technology that is already currently available.
The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility has launched the beta version of CoastAdapt, a climate risk management framework for Australian coastal communities.