There is a broad and growing consensus that freshwater is undervalued. It is a limited, but vital, commodity without a price. In nearly every region the price of water is the cost of water access rights, treatment costs, and transportation costs. There is no price or market for the water itself.
Water is becoming more valuable than ever, and this is changing the energy industry
- Post author:Environmental Advocates NY
- Post published:May 22, 2013
- Post category:Uncategorized