Mississippi River dredging makes supply transport possible amid ongoing drought
Hundreds of millions of tons of key goods are transported on the Mississippi River each year, but low water levels caused by an ongoing drought are disrupting the supply chain
Biden admin quietly reinstates 'overreaching' EPA rule potentially regulating 'puddles and ditches'
New regulations and definitions of water bodies in the U.S. have some worried the Biden administration could regulate puddles and ditches used by farmers.
Largest water provider in the US declares drought emergency
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the largest water supplier in the nation, has declared a drought emergency for the entire region.
Global drought leads to investors pressuring companies to better manage their water use
An investment group managing nearly $10 trillion has announced last week that they will begin applying pressure on companies to better manage their water use amid a global drought.
California could see mandatory water restrictions amid ongoing drought: Gov. Newsom
California saw a dry January through March, when most of the state’s rain and snow fall, and residents are being asked to cut back on water as the state heads into the hotter months.
Trump showerhead rule to increase water flow being dropped
The Biden administration is reversing a Trump-era rule that removed limitations from the flow of water from showerheads.