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Case study on collaborative water stewardship and invasive plant species removal in South Africa.
Learn about collective action and collaborative water management from a real-world example in South Africa.
The Sustainable Sugarcane Farm Management System (SUSFARMS®) is a farming system designed to encourage sustainable, responsible sugarcane production through the implementation of better management practices (BMPs).
Companies, farmers, and government are working together in the Western Cape of South Africa to address shared water risks.
Anglo American used collective action to mitigate the water quality and quantity concerns of the region that put their operations at risk.
Mining companies in South African recognize water-related risks to their business, and create a water users association to collaborate with NGOs, government, and communities to address water issues.