Morgan Stanley Examines The Water Crisis

Leading Investment Firm Calls For Industry To Evaluate Water Use

24 Feb 2022 by Local Press Report

The gap between the world’s renewable supply of water and demand is expected to be 40% by 2030, bringing a new urgency to addressing water scarcity. Morgan Stanley’s Sustainability Research Team looks at the causes, implications and solutions. The growing water crisis is a humanitarian crisis, but it also has striking economic implications. “Structurally, the global water landscape needs to chan,” says Jessica Alsford, Global Head of Sustainability Research. She and her team have been following sustainability megatrends including climate change and the future of food.

Source: Morgan Stanley

Source: Morgan Stanley

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