The need for sustainable water management has never been more pressing. The global water crisis is not only a humanitarian issue but also an economic, environmental, and security concern. Water is also becoming the next most significant resource. The World Economic Forum lists water as one of the top global risks in terms of impact and likelihood. Water scarcity, water pollution, and water-related disasters are expected to increase in frequency and severity, affecting food production, energy generation, and ecosystem health. According to Dominick Mitchell, Fund Manager, WVÉS Fund, the water industry is also a significant economic driver, with a global market value of over $600 billion and an annual growth rate of 5-10%. Therefore, it is crucial to focus on water conservation and sustainable water management practices. Sustainable water management involves the equitable and efficient use of water resources, the protection and restoration of water ecosystems, and the reduction of water-related risks.
Dominick Mitchell, Fund Manager, WVÉS Fund, says “WVÉS plays a crucial role in advancing sustainable water management by providing innovative technologies, integrated solutions, and expert advice. The world’s water resources are under increasing pressure due to population growth, urbanization, climate change, and unsustainable water management practices. Sustainable water management is critical to ensure the availability and quality of water for present and future generations.”
“Water is the lifeblood of our planet, and it is our responsibility to manage it sustainably. With the increasing demand and declining quality of water, we need innovative solutions and bold actions to ensure its availability and quality for all. WVÉS alternative investment fund is paving the way to a brighter future by investing in companies that prioritize water conservation, efficiency, and quality. As an investor and a responsible global citizen, I am proud to support this crucial mission.” he added.
The WVÉS alternative investment fund is a crucial player in advancing sustainable water conservation practices, and with Dominick’s expertise in sustainable finance, the fund invests in companies that prioritise water efficiency, quality, and conservation. These companies offer innovative solutions, such as water treatment, desalination, wastewater reuse, and intelligent water management systems, to reduce water waste and protect water ecosystems. The fund also supports research and development of new water technologies, such as nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, and remote sensing, to enhance water efficiency and quality. By investing in sustainable water conservation, the WVÉS alternative investment fund is creating a brighter future for water resources and generating positive social and environmental impact for its investors and stakeholders.