KT’s Specialty

My specialty is Global Management.
My job is to research and manage the data of global water problem. Especially on the areas of how much the water is spent globally everyday. People around the world does not recognize how much water they use daily. (this is very similar to Karoline’s area of study) We have been treating water as if it is unlimited resource, but the reality is that clean water is running low. Therefore, my job is to clarify that water is a global issue and that the price will soon rise.

Such Website is an example of my specialty
World Water Price
World Water Prices rise by 6.7%. Research From 2008

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6 Responses to KT’s Specialty

  1. 11kh says:

    Very interesting KT! I am excited to see what you come up with. Does this mean that you will find out how long we will have water on the earth and where it will run out first?

  2. 11aas says:

    This is a good one! How are you going to find out how much water we use globally?

  3. bsullivan35 says:

    Hi KT,

    Can you indicate the categories of your post? Can you also supply a source of information about your specialty? A video of an important piece of data? A visual display of information? An image? Such an additional feature to your post might help you refine your specialty a little more. Good luck!

  4. bsullivan35 says:

    Interesting web site provided above. My concern, though, is that it is helpful information for investors who want to know more about the water sector. Should you look for a site that has humanitarian interests first? I was on Peter Gleick’s page,
    http://www.pacinst.org/about_us/staff_board/gleick/, when I learned that he is also associated with this international organization that promotes humanitarian interests along with economic and political forces.

    http://www.irc.nl/page/103

    What do you think?

  5. 11aks says:

    This sounds like a good idea. Are you going to use things we talked about in class as examples, such as bottled water?

  6. avery schuster says:

    I like the charts you added. very interesting!

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