A world without water: Financial Times counts the cost of water scarcity

Blue and Green: Since 2011, companies around the world have spent more than $84 billion (£49bn) to improve the way they conserve, manage or obtain water, according to a new investigation from the Financial Times. In the first article of a new series on the global threat of water scarcity, FT environment correspondent Pilita Clark looks how the marginal cost of water – a resource previously taken for granted – is rising for companies of all sizes. The report explains how a growing, aspirational global population......

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