Engenheiros Sem Fronteiras – Brasil joins a diverse, global community of over 150 companies that have made a commitment to advancing water stewardship.
The “Water and Business” event held during Rio Water Week discussed water challenges, public policy, existing solutions, and lack of basic WASH services.
Banco do Brasil S.A. successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2018.
Climate change poses severe threats and negative impacts to agricultural production in Brazil and around the world. However, emerging water stewardship practices can be a critical force in mitigating and adapting to these impacts.
This week, the CEO Water Mandate published its summary of the core messages and outcomes from its World Water Forum 8 meetings and side events in Brasília, Brazil at the end of March.
This blog provides an overview of the plans and initiatives that Brazil is implementing towards its climate pledge, and presents some measures that Brazilian companies are taking to adapt to water-related impacts of climate change.
This year, the Global Compact Brazil Network and the CEO Water Mandate organized an event to bring together the Brazilian private sector, government, NGOs, and other organizations seeking to address water risks in Brazil to discuss water security challenges and solutions.
In the past few months, the Mandate co-hosted webinars with the Brazil network on basic water stewardship principles, the connections between water and climate, and the responses that companies have taken.
The CEO Water Mandate Secretariat is pleased to welcome the Hospital Público Estadual Galileu (HPEG) as its latest endorsing company.