Today’s Reading

Bravo! Too often agriculture is so politically charged that no change is possible. Either in terms of rationalizing water use, crop choices - suboptimal decisions are the norm. Subsidy rather than investment in supply chain. This will change education. If you haven't tried it, do. Another similarity: they are amongst the least negatively [...]

Today’s reading list

the business of water: Some quotes from the article: Since 2011 companies have spent more than $84bn worldwide to improve the way they conserve, manage or obtain water, according to data from Global Water Intelligence, regulatory disclosures and executive interviews with the Financial Times. The $550bn global water market – which covers everything from water [...]