We can survive without gold, without oil. We can survive without most of the things that surround us, but not without the most precious and indispensable element that exists on Earth: water
Why invest in this trend?
The gap between water consumption and its supply is widening.This is a problem that requires a large investment in new technologies and services. Regulatory backing for well-positioned companies will help them grow well in the long run.
The need to promote efficient water use.Investors play a fundamental role in promoting innovative and advanced companies in this field.
Responsibility to future generations.Protecting the environment is protecting future generations, and this implies reducing carbon dioxide emissions, but also reducing efficiency in the use of water.
We all know that 70% of the Earth is covered by water, but do we know that 185 litres of our most precious asset is needed to make one bag of crisps?
The population growth, urbanisation, the abandonment of traditional diets and the increasing demand for water by industry highlight the need to find solutions for survival and economical development.
Improve supply, improve the economy.One tenth of the global burden of disease could be contained through improved water supplies and the hygiene improvements that would come with it. It is estimated that for every dollar invested in improving food supply and hygiene, an average of between 4 and 12 dollars is recovered.
Consume less, reuse more.The main industries in the world are adopting a circular economy system by treating wastewater as a resource to be used and not as waste.