Water

How to Ensure that the World’s Water Supply Meets Demand

By 2050, the world's population is expected to reach 9.8 billion people, up from 7.6 billion in 2017. By the same year, demand for water will rise by one-third, straining ...
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Bottled Water More Popular in the US Than Soda Pop

U.S. sales of bottled water have climbed steadily over the past 40 years and reached a milestone in 2016: per capita consumption of bottled water rose to 39.3 gallons and ...
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Water War Dilemma: Why Is GE Selling Its Industrial Water Unit?

If there is one component of life that no one can do without, it is water. The need around the world for more water infrastructure and development has been widely reported ...
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After the Election, 7 Major Infrastructure Winners for 2017 and Beyond

The presidential and congressional elections for 2016 have come and gone. Much of America may be divided on the results, but there are some serious business and economic policy changes ...
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Molson Coors Brewing Being Chased Higher and Higher

Molson Coors Brewing Co. (NYSE: TAP) was given two positive analyst calls on Tuesday. One included a new Buy rating with a $130 price target at Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs sees upside ...
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9 States That Are Less Than 1% Water

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and U.S. Census Bureau combine their resources to measure what portion of each state is land and what is water. The water portion of nine ...
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As SodaStream Gets Into Beer: More Than Meets the Eye — or Less?

SodaStream International Ltd. (NASDAQ: SODA) went from a high-growth niche domination company to a company that had a harder time growing. Now the company is seeking to cash in beyond flavored ...
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Trump’s Mistake: 9 Counties Running Out of Water

Earlier this month, California lifted some — but not all — of its statewide restrictions on urban water use. That was not sufficient to satisfy the Republican Party's putative nominee ...
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California Drought Covers 61% of State, as Trump Denies It

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's drought monitor, 61% of California is currently suffering drought conditions ranging from severe to extreme to exceptional. Donald Trump, who is virtually certain ...
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Does New York City Have the Highest Quality Water in America?

Does America's largest city have the highest quality water among large metros in the United States? The city seems to think so, and there is a body of data that makes ...
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When One Water Utility’s Valuation Just Become Too High

The markets may go up and down with valuations, but the one constant that every single person on the planet cannot avoid is the need for water each and every ...
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Activists Sue US Forest Service to Stop Nestlé

A lawsuit filed Tuesday in California claims that the U.S. Forest Service has allowed international food giant Nestlé to continue drawing millions of gallons of water for the company’s Arrowhead ...
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What the New Monster Buyback Means for Shareholders Now

Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ: MNST) may not sound like an old well-established company that needs to consider buying back its stock, but it already had a buyback plan. After the close ...
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California Living Up To 25 Percent Water Cut Mandate

Asking an entire state to use 25% less water may sound easy in the asking portion of an equation, but implementing such efforts and actually living up to such efforts ...
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Keurig Kold Stumble Could Bring a Big Accidental Victory for SodaStream

Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR) was supposed to see its next big leg up in the business come from its arrangement that ties in with Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO), ...
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