WWF: 80 per cent of UK imports sourced from 'water risk' areas

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Report urges businesses to address water shortage threats in their global and domestic supply chains

Businesses have been urged to address the growing threat presented by water shortages, after a new report today details how 80 per cent of UK imports by value come from geographies deemed to be at risk...

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