Arnaud Bisschop at Pictet Asset Management talks about how his water fund invests in utilities and technology related to the water industry.
Subbu Kanakasabapathy of CH2M talks about the island-nation uses water innovation technologies in its water conservation efforts.
Ryan Hreljac first began his project to alleviate the shortage of clean water in Uganda when he was in the first grade.
Patrick Decker, president of Xylem, says funding and education challenges are reasons why 1.8 billion people still have no access to clean water.
Ryan Hreljac of Ryan's Well Foundation talks about the millions of people around the world, such as India and China, with no access to clean water.
LONDON, Dec 1- Britain's top equity index fell on Thursday as water utility Severn Trent slipped after its shares traded without rights to their latest dividend payouts, while precious metals miners tracked gold prices lower. The precious metal has been under pressure from a strong U.S. dollar and rising Treasury yields since President-elect Donald Trump...
Xylem said on Monday it would buy Sensus USA, a provider of advanced metering technologies to utilities, for around $1.7 billion in cash.
Black & Veatch's Cindy Wallis-Lage shares that alternative water supply solutions include improved desalination and water reuse technologies.
Aecom's Sean Chiao explains why water infrastructure development is a key part of a country's urbanization strategy.
Xylem CEO Patrick Decker identifies the water-related challenges that countries face and explains how his firm provides solutions.
CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports on the NUSwan, a robotic bird that monitors water quality in areas that might be harder to access.
Patrick Decker, Xylem President & CEO, discusses Xylem's place in the water infrastructure business and how a potential Brexit would impact the company.
Wateroam CEO David Pong shares how the start-up wants to simplify water filtration systems and bring them into rural areas.
Lake Mead, the largest U.S. reservoir, has declined to its lowest level since it was first filled during the 1930s, according to The Desert Sun.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say 1 billion people in Asia could be without water by 2050.
MoneyMorning.com's Keith Fitz-Gerald says water treatment investments could bring quick returns if the investors' perception of water needs changes.
Dairy farmers in Texas and New Mexico say consumers can expect a milk shortage.
The rise of Asia's growing middle class could give South Korea's skiing industry a fillip, says Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management.
The LA Metropolitan Water District is moving toward a program that could eventually result in human waste water being turned into drinking water.
Deane Dray, RBC Capital Markets, discusses the interest of investing in water companies, as the world faces the growing threat of water scarcity.