What does it mean to “build back better” as the global economy seeks to recover from the shock of COVID-19? The international environmental community has proposed a “green” global recovery that prioritizes reducing greenhouse gas emissions as governments work to create jobs and stimulate economic growth.
In the past few weeks, communities around the country have experienced record-breaking rain, heat, hurricanes, and drought.
This virtual five-day conference, organized by the German development cooperation (GIZ), connects relevant stakeholders around key topics on water.
Now is the time to engage and we invite you to be part of the most prestigious annual focal point for international water issues.
Climate change is impacting all regions of the world, cutting across all sectors of society. It is closely connected to water resources, leading to more floods, droughts, poor water quality, and increased water demand due to higher temperatures – more water is needed for irrigation, drinking water, and industrial cooling.
Did you know that the Paris Climate Agreement doesn’t mention water at all? It’s true, and it’s strange, because climate change and water scarcity are two global problems that are connected very closely.
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.
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.
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.
First convened in November 2017, the Task Force has seen some of its earliest benefit in linking together business representatives and government officials based on an urgent need and a common vision. It is this deepening relationship that will get the Western Cape through the worst drought in at least 300 years.