'Water has a taste. Why not create a water menu?' says water sommelier Martin Riese
Development could have dramatic implications from survival in arid environments to commercial processes
Saudi Arabia has started taxing water for residents to try and address the soaring cost of debt as oil revenues decline
Unlike food, the maximum time an individual can go without water seems to be a week
Having found an underground lake the size of Windermere in Kenya, Alain Gachet tells John Lichfield how his radar scanning technique can reveal immense reservoirs of water under the most barren and impoverished territories on Earth
"Liquid water has been found on Mars."
Are the much lauded benefits of drinking water simply too good to be true?
Cuadrilla, the fracking company responsible for a series of earth tremors around Blackpool in 2011, has withdrawn applications for permits to frack in Lancashire after problems surfaced relating to the disposal of radioactive waste.
It's little wonder that villagers want to kill elephants when faced with deadly attacks, but new deterrents help them to co-exist
Government pledges support to Practical Action campaign for sanitation in world’s poorest cities
Coalition forges ahead with licences
650 troops on the ground with more to follow, but Hollande vows to keep mission brief
Thames Water has announced a 19 per cent increase in pre-tax profit to £132.4 million for the first half-year.
The city needs better facilities to cope with demand for trend towards waterway living, says new report
Severn Trent saw underlying pre-tax profits drop 5.8 per cent to £141.3 million for the six months to October
Water regulator is accused of conflict of interest over appointment to advise US fund looking to invest in utilities