Global water stress reaching high-water mark - Eaton Vance's Calvert

Water risk is on the rise globally in terms of quality, quantity and access. Drought and flooding, exacerbated by climate change, are contributing to "extremely high" water stress for 17 countries, home to 25% of the world's population, according to data from the World Resources Institute (WRI).

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... Eaton Vance's Calvert considers the implications of water stress for an investor.

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