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Key Technological Hubs Are Impacted by Water Scarcity

The scarcity of water, driven by climate change, is now jeopardizing key technological hubs such as Taiwan. This poses a significant threat to individuals, but also to industrial and tech companies that rely on water for their manufacturing processes, risking a decline in production capacity.

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26% of the world’s population lacks access to safe drinking water. Although innovation may provide solutions to water scarcity, the current situation requires a reassessment of our practices. Mitigating hydric stress necessitates a reduction in the water consumption of manufacturing processes.
Marine Hamelin, Blue economy expert
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Key Technological Hubs Are Impacted by Water Scarcity

The scarcity of water, driven by climate change, is now jeopardizing key technological hubs such as Taiwan. This poses a significant threat to individuals, but also to industrial and tech companies that rely on water for their manufacturing processes, risking a decline in production capacity.

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26% of the world’s population lacks access to safe drinking water. Although innovation may provide solutions to water scarcity, the current situation requires a reassessment of our practices. Mitigating hydric stress necessitates a reduction in the water consumption of manufacturing processes.
Marine Hamelin, Blue economy expert
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Key Technological Hubs Are Impacted by Water Scarcity

The scarcity of water, driven by climate change, is now jeopardizing key technological hubs such as Taiwan. This poses a significant threat to individuals, but also to industrial and tech companies that rely on water for their manufacturing processes, risking a decline in production capacity.

BLUMORPHO comment :

26% of the world’s population lacks access to safe drinking water. Although innovation may provide solutions to water scarcity, the current situation requires a reassessment of our practices. Mitigating hydric stress necessitates a reduction in the water consumption of manufacturing processes.
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