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Water Scarcity

More than 1/3 of the world’s rapidly growing population will be forced to live without adequate water supply in 2025.
"Water scarcity has always been a global issue, impacting diverse communities and economies from California to Jordan. Now is the time for a concerted, effective approach to tackle water scarcity through improved resource management, led by both policymakers and industry players."
Keith Hays, Director of Consulting

The Water Values Podcast

Erin Wilson of Wilson Water Group joins The Water Values podcast in a (long awaited) episode TWV #090. Erin does a fantastic job of walking us through aspects of the water engineering profession, expl... »




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04 May 2021 • Future of Water
Veolia and Suez Come to Terms, Redefining “Big Water”

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21 Apr 2021 Reese Tisdale on the Water Foresight Podcast