Finance Must Tackle the Growing Water Crisis

Water risk is a systemic, material risk that is causing significant economic and social costs right now, from supply chain disruptions unleashed by climate-fueled flooding and droughts, to water and food insecurity caused by dwindling water supply. By failing to account for water security in financial decision-making, financial markets are contributing significant financial flows that are increasing exposure and vulnerability to water-related risks across the global economy.

Read more at the World Economic Forum. 

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