CEO Water Mandate, WWF, and WaterAid launch new report on corporate water stewardship and Sustainable Development Goal #6

With the official adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, the Mandate will play a pivotal role in their implementation, particularly Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG6) on Ensuring Access to Water and Sanitation for All.

As part of this endeavor, the Mandate, in collaboration with WaterAid and WWF, has developed a paper that lays out opportunities for how the business community can make a positive contribution to achieving the goal. The paper also spells out the potential risks involved in these engagements and presents a call to action for all sectors to play a proactive role in helping to achieve SDG6.


Stefanie Woodward
Stefanie Woodward works within Pacific Institute’s Corporate Sustainability Program and is an advisor to the CEO Water Mandate, a project of the United Nations’ Global Compact. Stefanie advances corporate water stewardship in the operations and supply chains through collective action in partnership with the United Nations, local governments, community groups, and nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining the Pacific Institute, Stefanie analyzed supply chain vulnerabilities associated with the production of high-risk commodities at the World Wildlife Fund. She brings experience in corporate water stewardship, climate resilience, drought response, and coastal green infrastructure.

Stefanie has a B.A. in Anthropology and International Studies from the University of Arizona and a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, focusing on corporate sustainability with an emphasis on adaptation to climate change, water resource and supply chain management.
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