Water maps spark concern about “liquid gold rush”

AlertNet: As competition for clean water grows, some of the world's biggest companies have joined forces to create unprecedented maps of the liquid gold that flows beneath our feet. The Aqueduct Alliance, which allows users to create maps by combining hydrological data with geographically specific details, gives companies and investors unprecedented detail of water availability in some of the world's largest river basins. The promoters say the data should help companies use water more responsibly while......

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