Finance must tackle the growing water crisis. Here's how

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There are practical steps that financial institutions can take right now to protect themselves from the risks created by the water crisis and to have a positive impact on water security. Image: UNSPLASH/Simon Hurry

Kirsten James
Senior Program Director of Water, Ceres
Cate Lamb
Head of Water, CDP
Xavier Lefaive
Principal Administrator, OECD
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