This year’s report gives well-deserved accolades to the companies demonstrating excellence in water stewardship, but also implores others to take swifter, bolder actions towards ensuring a water-secure economy and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6.
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.
Climate change, and the water impacts that stem from it, poses an existential threat to our economy and our society. The pace at which we mitigate and adapt to climate change must accelerate, and business action is a key component of achieving this acceleration.
The CEO Water Mandate team is gearing up for an exciting week at Stockholm World Water Week 2018. We look forward to sharing our insights and engaging in peer learning …
In 2014, the Mandate helped found the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC) – unfortunately but affectionately termed “the quack.”
I have found that businesses tend to focus water stewardship efforts within their owned-and-operated facilities, because this is where they have the most influence and ability to affect changes in practice. However, the greatest water risks – and the greatest opportunities for improved management – often lie in companies’ supply chains.
Water crises have been among the top five global risks in each of the last seven years, according to the World Economic Forum. This year is no exception.