Water Management in Buildings & Industry

By Joe McClelland, senior energy consultant

There is a global increase in floods and droughts and the question is as to whether this is just normal weather fluctuations, or if it is the new norm in prevailing climate conditions, as some compelling data suggests. Globally, the spatial and temporal changes to rainfall patterns when combined with a growing population mean that by 2035 an estimated two-thirds of the world’s population will live in an area of water stress, which has led to water shortage being seen as a primary threat to global stability.

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