By replacing paint with a unique combination of water and LEDs, however, a French artist and designer seems to have elevated graffiti to a more elegant level.
Made from simple, low-cost materials, this distiller uses the sun to create drinking water in developing nations.
Dr Pepper will make a $1.1 million investment in the Nature Conservancy to help preserve five Texas watersheds.
A new development in the world of chewing gum may hold the key to cleaner streets.
Great Lakes Echo reports on one organization’s efforts to have college students make use of videos and blogs to help solve local water issues.
Making conventional electricity takes a lot water, and a report from the River Network says we can give our waterways a break by embracing wind and solar.
Tired of relying on bottled water when you’re traveling off the grid? Check out this portable water purification system that works without electricity, chemicals, or artificial light sources.
Using molecules that, in response to sunlight, produce a form of oxygen that is highly toxic, researchers think they can devise a water sterilization device.
Scientists say a device the size of a home washing machine could use municipal sewage to make electricity, with clean water as the only byproduct.
Irish designer Michael Kilbane has designed a concept for a solar-heated shower that uses inexpensive materials readily available in the developing world.