“We have both the responsibility and opportunity to collaborate with other sectors of society on solutions, combining our resources and efforts to ensure there are sustainable and resilient freshwater resources for all.” Click below to watch the video and read the whole story.
A new series from the Water Resilience Coalition highlights how innovative leadership inspires collective action. In this first installment, Ecolab’s Doug Baker outlines the importance of collective action on the world’s escalating freshwater crisis.
The end of the year is often a time for resolutions and reflections. Especially in 2020 – a year that has caused us to change our behavior, examine our priorities and think deeply about our world’s challenges and how we can address them.
At Diageo we’re proud to have made good progress on our water ambitions for 2020 – for example 46% improved water efficiency and 100% water replenished.
To combat the spread of COVID-19 and rebuild our economies during and after the pandemic, collective action on water and hygiene is essential.
Through the water stewardship partnerships in Zambia, a number of lessons on how best to implement projects within the country have arisen.
Since 2014, the International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) has been present in South Africa. Over this time, several multi-stakeholder partnerships have been formed to tackle the complex water challenges the country faces.
CIFA’s local knowledge and IWaSP’s connections to decision makers helped to reduce plastics pollution and raise environmental awareness in Hawassa, Ethiopia.
Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to visit Ethiopia: the source of the Blue Nile and the widely accepted birthplace of coffee.
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.