Business growth is dependent on resource availability. Critical resources include energy, food or agriculture, and water. Water scarcity does not solely impact the water sector, but also the energy and agriculture sectors. The water–food–energy Nexus is crucial in understanding the value of water and the impacts from global warming. Corporations will need to implement policies in order to compensate for the changing availability of resources. Due to the global population growth, changes in demand for water, energy, food, and urbanization, business-as-usual practices will not be sufficient for the future. The International Union for Conservation of Nature estimates that by 2050, the water, energy, and food demands will increase by 55, 80, and 60 percent, respectively. The demand for energy is expected to increase especially due to non-organisation for economic co-operation and development’s countries’ projected increase in population, higher living standards, the transition between non-commercial and commercial fuels, and urbanization.