Innovation can transform the way we solve the world's water challenges

Indian students cycle through a flooded street in Vadodara city, 116 km (72 miles) south of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 4, 2005. Indian military helicopters dropped food packets on Monday to thousands of people stranded in vast lakes of water in the west of the country as monsoon rains ebbed after flooding that killed 132 people. REUTERS/Amit Dave  VM/KI - RP6DRMUDLDAA

All but one of the biggest and most likely risks facing the world in 2018 can be linked to water Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

Will Sarni
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Water Foundry
Callie Stinson
Project Lead, Water Initiative, World Economic Forum
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