Future of the Environment

Water for people or nature is a false choice. We need to think bigger to protect the world’s water

The Nile and the Sinai Peninsula photographed from space - looking at the world’s water problems from a higher perspective Image: REUTERS/CSA/Col. Chris Hadfield

Giulio Boccaletti

Chief Strategy Officer and Global Managing Director for Water, The Nature Conservancy

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