Growing populations and demands from industry and agriculture have led to increased awareness of the social and economic value of water.
Regulations to manage allocation and usage have become more complex driving the value of water-rights substantially higher. As some countries move to water pricing, governments face an increasingly difficult task of managing access to and pricing of one of life’s essential resources. Pressures on the available capital will only increase as demand grows.
New and innovative ways of managing water will be needed in the future if this vital natural resource is to continue to meet the growing demands society places on its water resources.
When it comes to water, we can help you strike the difficult balance between social equity and economic growth by: