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Water is the single most important economic input to the global economy, and more specifically, to individual enterprises. The disparity between supply and demand for clean water is an inescapable problem; yet the relentless international demand for its uninterrupted supply makes water by far the most stable of all global commodities.
The Global Water Crisis
Nearly 1 billion people lack access to clean, safe water.
By 2025, it is estimated that 1.8 billion people will live in water-stressed areas.
Global water consumption rate doubles every 20 years, exceeding population growth.
"Although two thirds of our planet is water, we face an acute water shortage. The water crisis is the most pervasive, most severe, and most invisible dimension of the ecological devastation of the earth.
2.2 million people die each year from waterborne diseases, with the majority of deaths occurring in children under 5.
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