World Water Day can meet its goals through infrastructure investing, says KBIGI

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Against a backdrop of significant under-investment, the latest theme for World Water Day 2019 is ‘Leaving no one behind'. Yet to be able to achieve this outcome by 2030, according to Dublin-based KBI Global Investors (KBIGI), this will require "a massive commitment" to infrastructure spending over the coming decade. KBIGI - one of the industry's pioneers in water investing - point that despite ageing and depleted infrastructure, even in the most developed cities, there is a dire need of rehabilitation or replacement. But there is "good news", according to Colm O'Connor, pictured below...

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