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Back on the Road: XPV’s David Henderson Shares Emerging Themes from the Global Water Summit and Impact Investor Global Summit

This May, I was pleased to participate and speak at the Global Water Summit in Madrid and the Impact Investor Global Summit in London. I have to admit it – after a long...

Soli Organic Producing Crops, Using Less Water During Megadrought in American West

As the American West experiences the worst 22-year dry period, or “megadrought” in the last 1,200 years, according to a study led by UCLA researchers, water users in...

Isle Utilities’ Trial Reservoir Removes Barriers for Utilities with Net-Zero Goals

The UN and other organizations suggest that the collective emissions from the water sector are responsible for 10% of global greenhouse emissions. By introducing new...

Women in Water: Perspectives from Three Leaders

What is it like to be a woman working in the water sector? While much of the corporate world has woken up to the need to meaningfully commit to diversity and inclusion,...

NSU: Inspiring the Next Generation of Professionals to Be Stewards of Sustainable Water Resources

For Zach Gallagher, President and COO of industry-leading company Natural Systems Utilities, supporting and ensuring the growth of a strong water sector and a healthy...

How BCR Environmental is Helping Municipalities Manage the Cost of Waste

Waste: It’s one of the world’s biggest environmental challenges. According to The World Bank, the world is generating 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste...

Episode 4: XPV’s Water & Climate Series featuring Natural Systems Utilities

Every day, the world is placing more and more demand on water. While around 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, freshwater accounts for only 3%. Much of...

Soli Organic™ to Build First Soil-Based Organic Indoor Farm in Seattle Area

ROCKINGHAM, Va., Feb. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Soli Organic Inc. (“the Company”), the nation’s only soil-based, controlled...

Water Sector Outlook for 2022: Q&A with XPV’s Sam Saintonge

What’s next for the water sector? In this Q&A, XPV Water Partners’ Sam Saintonge offers his thoughts on how the pandemic, climate change, and the ever-present...

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