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December 10th, 2012
Investing in the Future of Water

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If you owned all of the water in the world, including oceans, lakes, glaciers, and even clouds, how much would that be?  The resulting sphere would have a diameter of only 860 miles.  Yet, this liquid skin still manages to cover 70% of our planet’s surface.  Only a small fraction (less than 1%) of the world’s water is drinkable. It presents a major challenge for food security. Many investors are beginning to think of water as an investable asset class – similar to oil or precious metals, but with less volatility. Read More

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