“Ethical Markets highly recommends WRI research on all the water-food-land-energy issues which comports with our own in our Green Transition Scoreboard reports:
“CAPTURING CO2 WHILE IMPROVING HUMAN NUTRITION & HEALTH, 2018 and “TRANSITIONING TO SCIENCE-BASED INVESTING“ 2019-2020 (free downloads from www.ethicalmarkets.com ). We would only ask that they and IPCC scientists shift their focus on the crisis of freshwater ( n which our current food system relies) and expand their research as we do to embrace saltwater agriculture and all the opportunities to add salt-loving plant foods to our diets, while conserving fresh water.
~Dr. Hazel Henderson, Editor“
New WRI research finds that nearly half the population in 15 major cities lacks access to public piped water. And some households connected to city pipes can only turn on their taps a couple hours a day. Read more.We are far from universal water access. Flickr/Sarel Kromer
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