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Supplies are finite

Friday, January 16, 2009
In 1995 - 400 million lived in countries with water stress - by 2025, the number is expected to rise to 4 billion - over half the world’s population.

A SQUARE :: 16Jan09 Supplies are finite
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The long term water sector trends remain unchanged - there is a need for water supply and infrastructure solutions, adoption of new technologies
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