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By 2030, countries will need to spend an estimated $6.7 trillion to stave off a water scarcity crisis, and the amount could rise to $22.6 trillion by 2050. So far, due to a lack of infrastructure, water scarcity affects the lives of 2.1 billion people. To mark "World Water Day 2019," "We Build Value" takes a look at 10 hard facts about water: from the increase in consumption to the necessary investments, from the damaging impact of outdated water networks to the importance of new technologies. We used statistics and data from the World Bank, UNICEF, United Nations, the American Society of Civil Engineers, International Desalination Association, International Commission on Large Dams, and Global Water Intelligence: all committed to photographing the phenomenon and providing a solution to deal with the dangers looming in the future.

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  27/03/2019
 
TEN FACTS ABOUT WATER SCARCITY
 

Investments and innovation are vital to fight droughts and floods

 

    
REPORTAGE  27/03/2019
 
SEATTLE, A CONSTRUCTION BOOM AND SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY
 

A construction boom, a new subway, and a growing economy: a look at the changing face of Seattle

 


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