VCs: Water, water everywhere…

We’ve been hearing a lot from venture capitalists lately that venture capital (VC) companies have trouble finding any decent investments in water. The tone was notably pessimistic from one successful VC executive Lux recently spoke alongside at Harvard Business School, as it was in some circles at t...

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