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Take a swig

22 March 2018 By Antony Currie

Huge, costly and time-consuming infrastructure projects dominate plans for solving the world’s H2O issues. But nature-based solutions such as restoring forests and soil can yield quicker results for decent returns. They also come with sustainable-investing bragging rights.

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