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Climate Change

Experts say the earth may warm between two and six degrees over the next century.
Heightened water utility concerns about climate change and volatile weather events are having a profound effect on infrastructure investment, a topic that is increasingly raised in discussions with clients.
Zelda Lehmann, Sales Manager, Bluefield Research
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