Given the fact that nearly 2.1 billion people still lack access to safe water – we need to ask ourselves whether our water usage is as smart as can be.
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.
The AWS Standard 2.0 is the updated version of the International Water Stewardship Standard, the globally-endorsed definition of good water stewardship.
The 2018 AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum focused on new Global Strategy for 2019-2021 which was developed through an inclusive process with members.
Water is a shared and precious resource that is essential for life. Communities need water to survive and thrive and business also depends on water.
Next year, AWS will launch version 2.0 of its International Water Stewardship Standard. Ahead of final approval, you can share your feedback and suggestions for improvement.
Ecolab has achieved Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) certification at its two manufacturing facilities in California, in Carson and City of Industry.
The Action Platform officially launches today! Over the next three years, the Platform will advance the Mandate’s pioneering work on water stewardship. It will work with companies, UN entities, governments, NGOs, and other stakeholders to foster collective action, test water stewardship best practices, and mobilize business action.
Recent work suggests a growing number of companies are engaging in improved water management as part of water stewardship. But the tangible results remain unclear.
The CEO Water Mandate Secretariat welcomes Empowermen as its latest endorsing company! Empowermen joins over 140 companies from across the globe and representing multiple industry sectors that have committed to advancing …