Author: Megan

Applying AWS and the SEEA Framework

Measuring and Communicating Impacts from AWS Water Stewardship: Applying the SEEA Framework to Two Industrial Parks in China Communicating the impacts of AWS certification to public sector agencies, green investors and philanthropists in a credible and easily understood form has the potential to generate benefits to implementers that will enhance the business case for water…

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Water, Stewardship & Fashion Supply Chains

Water, Stewardship & Fashion Supply Chains Event The Asia-Pacific region, where the Australian fashion and apparel supply chains begin, is facing growing water stress. China's crackdown on water pollution has also caused major impact to the industry. Water is emerging as a business risk. How secure is your supply chain? How secure is your brand…

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The Evolution of Water Stewardship released!

The Evolution of Water Stewardship: An Australian Perspective Australia’s remarkable role in initiating and building a new system for protecting one of the world’s most precious resources, water, has been outlined in a new publication launched at Stockholm World Water Week on Monday 27 August. The Evolution of Water Stewardship: An Australian Perspective tells the story…

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AWS Global Forum 2018 – Registrations Open

Registrations Open! First launched in 2016, the AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum has quickly been recognised as the ‘must attend’ event for the international water stewardship community. Offering a unique space for diverse actors to come together and engage in two days of knowledge sharing, networking and action planning, the AWS Forum will help the…

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Water Stewardship is on the move in Indonesia

Report by Basja Jantowski The Alliance for Water Stewardship Asia-Pacific with support of the Australia Water Partnership, has successfully brought the concept of water stewardship to Indonesia with the first Forum and accredited Training on May 8, 9 and Bogor, West Java. The Forum and training were attended by more than 40 participants of which 22…

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