Food, water, energy and metals are the drivers of industrial, economic and social growth.As the world's population rises and the clamor for higher living standards gets louder, so toothe struggle for resource access intensiﬁes.
For centuries, the West has controlled much of the resources ﬂow, but now China, India,Russia, Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey, the Middle East and a host of other nations want their share.
whether it is water from the Nile, Colorado or the Yarlung-Zangbo-Brahmaputra;
rice from the Mekong Delta, oil from the Middle East, coal from Africa, gas from Russia,
rare earths from China, iron ore from the Australian outback, phosphates from Morocco
uranium from Namibia and Kazakhstan, or shale from North America,
these resources are in limited supply and valuable.
The world's geopolitics will be shaped by the global race for four strategic resources: food,water, energy and metals.
The scale of demand from China, Latin America and India for food, water, energy andminerals, has already reshaped the global economy. Africa, too, is about to wake updemographically in a way that will surprise the world.
This crisis for mankind and our planet is simultaneously our greatest challenge, as well as aonce in a lifetime investment opportunity for visionary investors.
Institutional investors are now eager for solutions. The timing is ideal, the opportunity isevident and Global Fund Exchange is the right partner