When water becomes a commodity

08/9/2011 | AlertNet

Markets to trade in water rights are likely to develop as water-scarcity issues increase in the coming decades as a result of population increases and climate change. Supporters see regional systems developing with an emphasis on waste-water trading to help ensure higher treatment standards and more efficient use of existing water supply.

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