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October 25th, 2005
The world's biggest problem? Dirty water, say some
Water consumption is doubling every twenty years, but the supply isn't growing at the same rate, according to Kevin McGovern, chairman of venture firm McGovern Capital, quoting U.N. statistics.
"We have a crisis," he said at the Foresight Nanotechnology Conference taking place in Burlingame, Calif. this week.
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