The Colorado River Basin is the lifeblood of the West, providing water to more than 40 million people in seven U.S. states and two states in Mexico.
WRI, Pacific Institute, and the CEO Water Mandate are working with businesses to develop a database on public water management in the U.S. and Mexico. This forum invites businesses to collaborate, address questions, and learn about the project.
The Pacific Institute and partners presents the case for more urgent action from the business community to manage the water-related risks of climate change
2019 was a critical year for climate and water. Major events – from hurricanes to droughts and brushfires – highlight that climate’s impacts are being felt now and that the world needs to take action to build resilience while also accelerating action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The project aims to gather data on the state of public water management by industrial facilities to develop an open-source geo-database.
Submit your abstract now to present during the seminar Business Water Resilience in Uncertain Times, a session co-convened by the CEO Water Mandate.
As we enter 2020, the world stands at a pivotal moment to take serious action to address the climate and water crisis.
Explore sustainability topics and trends that impact your industry, company, and role through the UN Global Compact Academy.
World Water Week welcomes abstracts from experts and actors of all disciplines who wish to present their work and research at the scientific seminars during World Water Week in Stockholm.