Chris Peacock, water sector entrepreneur and founder of the Water Innovation Project, takes us on a journey in search of “smart water”. He shares what he has learned about the water market over the years and how new information technologies are helping us better understand how to manage our vital water resources. Chris also announces details about his book release, a compilation of 25 essays by thought leaders on water issues, which describes what people are doing to make a difference in the world of water.
Originally featured on BluefieldResearch.com
In this session, you’ll learn about:
- Smart water
- Water markets
- Chris’s new book “Damned If We Don’t”
- How to accelerate change
- How data informs decision making in water
- And More!
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