Looking forward to the future of water

‘Climate change and population growth are providing us with huge resource issues that need tackling urgently’

Why we must stop taking water for granted

Consumers must realise that water is becoming increasingly scarce, but there are challenges in communicating this important message

Calling on water-intensive industries to do more

Water-intensive sectors, such as those in manufacturing and production, are under more pressure than ever to take greater responsibility for their water consumption

What will AI really do for the water industry?

From leak detection to forecasting usage, artificial intelligence has the potential to completely transform the water utilities sector

How water became the riskiest global asset of all

An interview with Callie Stinson, project lead of the World Economic Forum’s Water Initiative

New regulation puts water providers under pressure

The water regulator Ofwat’s latest price review is its most thorough and stringent to date, so how are water providers responding?

Treating city wastewater as a resource

Faced with a rising global water shortage, cities can no longer pour away precious resources and must recycle wastewater

Private water companies are better for the future

The summer’s record-breaking temperatures, and the incredible hard work of companies to supply the water we all need, were powerful reminders of the increased pressures of climate change and population growth on water resources