Setting site water targets is a business imperative to reduce water risk and improve water security. Every water catchment has a unique set of water challenges. To effectively address water-related …
The webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 18 and will showcase lessons learned piloting the site water targets guide in India and South Africa.
This video introduces key water stewardship concepts and explains why businesses must address water risks to protect their operations.
2019 was a critical year for climate and water. Major events – from hurricanes to droughts and brushfires – highlight that climate’s impacts are being felt now and that the world needs to take action to build resilience while also accelerating action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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.
This certificate program offers knowledge and techniques to improve water risk identification, assessments, and management.
CFOs have the ability to take some critical steps to ensure their companies reduce their water and climate risks and address the global water crisis.
El día de hoy, a través de una convocatoria realizada por CESPEDES y The World Environment Center (WEC), apoyados por Dow Chemical, ECOLAB y Coca-Cola FEMSA, se reunieron diferentes empresas del sector privado para compartir iniciativas y mejores prácticas para enfrentar los desafíos en la gestión sostenible del agua.
Despite increasing awareness of how water scarcity can hurt the bottom line, companies are not moving quickly enough to address water risks.