Water-Derived Financial Risk with Antony Currie

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Antony Currie, a financial reporter who writes about financial risk from water, joins The Water Values Podcast to discuss the risks to the economy from water. Antony details a plethora of issues facing businesses dealing with a wide range of water risks from flooding to scarcity.

Also, Reese Tisdale provides the latest on water systems in water-scarce areas turning to water reuse, including an extended discussion on Los Angeles’ recent announcement to pursue 100% reuse.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • How Antony first started thinking about financial risk from water
  • The nature of the risks presented by water issues
  • The investor response to water-derived financial risk
  • Businesses exposed to climate and water risk
  • Why the Dutch are the most forward-thinking about water risk
  • Water supply as a tool for economic development
  • Why Antony believes that agriculture must fundamentally change
  • Why governance is the biggest issues for water risk

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2 thoughts on “Water-Derived Financial Risk with Antony Currie

  1. Michelle Rushton

    Hi Dave
    Another fascinating and high quality podcast.
    Thank you for taking the time to post these, and thank you also to your guest Antony Currie for take on water risk.
    Keep up the great work … Michelle