Clean Water

Barclays: US Will Need $1trn Of Water Infrastructure Spending By 2030

Water is undoubtedly the world’s most important commodity. While humans have taken their access to water for granted for much the past 3000 years, experts are increasingly asking if the current level of water consumption around the world is sustainable and what can be done to ensure we don’t run out of clean water.

The newest report on this topic comes from analysts at Barclays, who published a report entitled “The water challenge: preserving a global resource” at the beginning of this week.

The report

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