Water That Snaps, Crackles, and Pops

Water That Snaps, Crackles, and Pops

Nanobubbles are about to blow you away. In 2016, the California startup Moleaer used nanobubbles to improve aeration for wastewater treatment plants. No big deal, right? Yeah, but then came water tech guru (and Moleaer’s new CEO) Nick Dyner with visions of using the...
The Slippery Slope That Has Been WOTUS

The Slippery Slope That Has Been WOTUS

Water debates in agriculture have been on a wild ride. And a new memo just out of the EPA is signaling more of the same.During the Trump administration, the Navigable Waters Protection Rule removed federal oversight from several tributaries and waterways. Now, Biden’s...

California’s Commodity Creation: Water

Last week in California, water became a commodity crop. And like many resources with a supply- and demand-strained relationship, water found its way to a futures contract. Investors across the globe now have access to the CME exchange where they can buy and sell the...