New York Times Covers Circle of Blue’s Breaking Story on Bulk Water Exports
Firm Seeks ‘Blue Gold’ in Alaska
“The water will come from Sitka, a small town on an island in southeast Alaska that holds the rights to 6.2 billion gallons a year from a large reservoir nearby. The town recently signed a contract with S2C to export nearly half of that allocation at a price of a penny a gallon. The company’s first “water hub” is under development at a port south of Mumbai, an S2C executive told Circle of Blue, a global research group on water issues that has been following the deal.”
Read the Circle of Blue full coverage of Bulk Water Exports.
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