Smart meters and water footprints: How to increase climate resilience in Mexico and Belize
Juan Camilo
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Smart meters and water footprints: How to increase climate resilience in Mexico and Belize

Increasing climate variability and related extreme weather events are significantly adding to the vulnerabilities of households and businesses due to deteriorating water sustainability, especially in climate sensitive areas with either lowlands adjacent to the ocean or in urban areas with large populations. Businesses will have to improve their resilience to climate change to protect their value chains. Actions to address these vulnerabilities should begin by focusing more on resilience and adaptation than on mitigation. Water management, affected by climate change, could be both a risk and an opportunity to livelihoods and businesses.

Private Sector Perspectives on Climate Resilience, COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco, 14 November 2016
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