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Trends in Water Venture 2015

water-globe-205x2502015年水能创业潮流 The world will not be able to meet the challenges of the 21st century without improving how countries manage their water resources and ensuring that everyone has access to reliable water and sanitation services (World Bank)

A recent report issued by The Hamilton Project, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, discusses how to facilitate water innovation (the focus is on the US). The authors identify three categories of innovative technology: supply enhancement, demand management and governance improvement. These categories cover a gamut of technological innovations including smart water, efficiency and conservation, purification and more. See the full report for more details.

In recognition of the importance of water venture and the plethora of emerging technologies, Coller Institute of Venture is co-hosting the Lisbon-Tel Aviv Water Venture Workshop on January 28th, 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal. For more information, click here. Hope to see you there!

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