The Mandate has released its annual summary report covering themes and key takeaways from its sessions held at Stockholm World Water Week 2019.
For those who don’t know, the Hub is an online collaboration and knowledge sharing platform for water. Or, as we like to say sometimes, it’s a “dating” site for water sustainability partners.
The Mandate’s main annual convening will coincide with Stockholm World Water Week as seminars within the main conference, as well as offsite side events.
This guide outlines a three-step process for setting water targets that address local water challenge(s) and contribute to meeting the desired end state of the basin.
This World Water Day, I am thrilled to release the 2019 update to the Mandate’s 2018-2020 Strategic Plan. I believe this plan represents the initiative’s most ambitious, impactful, and wide-reaching efforts in its 11-year history.
This World Water Day, the CEO Water Mandate is thrilled to launch a beta version of Water Action Hub 3.0 – a collaboration between the Mandate and GIZ to highlight, share, and scale stewardship lessons learned around the world.
A new report and interactive map examine the benefits and opportunities of installing sustainable landscapes on commercial and industrial properties, with a focus on the Santa Ana River Watershed in California.
This summary lays out some of the major accomplishments and milestones of the CEO Water Mandate in 2018.