Comments Off on Entrepreneurs can help in the quest for safe drinking water
Zero Mass Water is just one of the innovators providing access to safe, drinking water off the grid.
Entrepreneurs can help in the quest for safe drinking water
Comments Off on Beer giant AB InBev’s former water guru offers some advice
Why managing water risks should be approached holistically, yet pragmatically, like managing your health.
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Beer giant AB InBev’s former water guru offers some advice
Comments Off on Energy storage markets are charging up
In this Q&A, McKinsey analyst Matt Rogers shares new insights about economically-attractive applications poised to drive a fivefold market increase over the next two decades.
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Energy storage markets are charging up
Comments Off on Innovating our way out of water shortages
The current trend with water utilities is that water conservation is critical and water prices need to increase. Utilities have to cover their costs while confronting lower use and revenue. Essentially, water prices must rise to cover rising fixed costs despite declining volumes.What if we turned this thinking around? Lower water use results in paying less driven by technology innovation?
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Innovating our way out of water shortages
Comments Off on The real value of water might not be measured in dollars
Rajendra Singh, winner of this year’s Stockholm World Water Prize, has helped the people of rural India conserve and restore water, by building social capacity.
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The real value of water might not be measured in dollars
Comments Off on Amina Mohammed: Why the Sustainable Development Goals matter for business
A conversation with the UN’s point person on the Sustainable Development Goals, to be enacted this month by the United Nations.
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Amina Mohammed: Why the Sustainable Development Goals matter for business
Comments Off on 7 drought lessons from the West: ‘It’s all about the data’
We don’t just need more data about water, we need better ways to analyze it. And that’s just the start of fighting water scarcity.
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7 drought lessons from the West: ‘It’s all about the data’
Comments Off on The link between global warming and India’s worst flood
Melting glaciers and shifting storm tracks may have set off the worst flood India has ever seen — and could lead to more.
Carbon neutrality is easy to understand and easy to quantify. But water is slippery stuff. Here's how to make a water strategy that makes sense.
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Neutrality and water: Do they mix?
Comments Off on Between a shale rock and a hard place: How I grew to love Earth Day
Go ahead, enjoy a day of feeling green without the guilt. Here's how to put the planet's perils into perspective.
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Between a shale rock and a hard place: How I grew to love Earth Day