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Water Sector Investing in A Changing Climate

Water Sector Investing in A Changing Climate


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released this week was a sobering reminder that climate change is impacting our water. The U.N. warned the report is “a code red for humanity.”

The IPCC states:

  • Climate change is intensifying the water cycle. This brings more intense rainfall and associated flooding, as well as more intense drought in many regions.
  • Climate change is affecting rainfall patterns. In high latitudes, precipitation is likely to increase, while it is projected to decrease over large parts of the subtropics. Changes to monsoon precipitation are expected, which will vary by region.
  • Coastal areas will see continued sea level rise throughout the 21st century, contributing to more frequent and severe coastal flooding in low-lying areas and coastal erosion. Extreme sea level events that previously occurred once in 100 years could happen every year by the end of this century.

This is why WaterWorks is working to make it easier for people to invest online in the water sector to help address our water problems. We’re currently the only online investing portal solely dedicated to water. We’ve built a strong and experienced national team, partnerships, and process to merge three sectors: 1.) online investing; 2.) impact investing; and 3.) water finance demand. Please join us.
By bringing together people, ideas, technology and financing, WaterWorks seeks to change the future of water. Please join us as an investor today, to help advance potential water innovations tomorrow!

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Lon Johnson is the CEO of WaterWorks, a fintech firm that seeks to advance potential water solutions by introducing investors to investment opportunities in companies and projects through an online platform at “WaterWorks” refers to a group of companies that is owned by WWF Holdings, Inc., which includes WWF Platform, LLC and WWF Funding Portal, LLC. WWF Funding Portal, LLC is registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) as a funding portal and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”).

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