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Water scarcity is becoming a chief concern for businesses around the world, but some industries and economies are more exposed to water risk than others. Here are six charts that explain the water economy, and how industry fits into it. ✦

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  • Another takeaway for me is around the flow of VC funds - unless there is a strong incentive/public policy push, investors will shy away from high-risk, long-term investment. Is this still the case, and if yes, what can be done to facilitate access to early-stage finance for cleantech entrepreneurs?

  • This is so pedantic. With the earth's population at around 7.7 billion and earth's maximum sustainable population of around 2 billion, existence rather than profitability seems more subject appropriate unless you are needing a tax break in a certain sector for your business this year. A consumer based

    This is so pedantic. With the earth's population at around 7.7 billion and earth's maximum sustainable population of around 2 billion, existence rather than profitability seems more subject appropriate unless you are needing a tax break in a certain sector for your business this year. A consumer based society is not sustainable.