Water Will Be the Critical Limiting Factor of 21st Century Production | Development studies and int'l cooperation | Scoop.it
Morgan Stanley’s Global Investment Committee recently released a report in which it argues that the “perfect storm” of declining water supply and...


While it might be easy to think of oil as the most important liquid resources, we literally take water for granted far too often. These five factors are real: 1) Steadily Increasing Demand, 2) Extreme Drought Risk, 3) Disappearing Snow Cover, 4) Mounting Agricultural Pressures and 5) Rapid Urbanization.  Given these conditions, how should we collectively respond and adapt?  What incentives do we have to limit water waste? 

Via Flora Moon, Seth Dixon