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September 2017 Newsletter: Forums and Training Programmes

September 2017 Newsletter: Forums and Training Programmes Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Water are challenging topics to people trained in classical Western science, engineering and hydrology. Brad Moggridge is interested in bridging the gap between Traditional Science and Western Science. Trained as a scientist and hydrogeologist he is now researching how the combination of Traditional and Western…

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August 2017 Newsletter: Certification News from North America to New Zealand

August 2017 Newsletter: Certification News from North America to New Zealand Described in a recent blog post by WWF water stewardship leads Alexis Morgan and Lindsay Bass as being "a milestone commitment to protecting freshwater ecosystems and ensuring sufficient water for people and nature", AWS are pleased to recognise the first AWS Standard certification in North…

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Ingham’s achieves second AWS certification, shows global leadership

Ingham’s achieves second AWS certification, shows global leadership The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), a global leader in sustainable water management and good water governance, has commended the Inghams Group Limited (ASX: ING), Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated poultry producer, for its ongoing commitment to water leadership. Ingham’s Te Aroha primary processing plant has…

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Register for the AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum

Register for the AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum Taking place in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 31st October and 1st November, the 2nd AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum, convened by the Alliance for Water Stewardship, with support from the Scottish Government, will provide a platform for knowledge sharing on water stewardship. Growing populations and economies, changing lifestyles…

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Tea garden habitat in China adopting AWS Standards

Huanglongxian village - tea garden habitat, adopting AWS Standards Alliance for Water Stewardship and QianBai Yuan are collaborating on a project for water management and improving the water quality in the tea farm, forest, vegetable farm, wetlands and part of the residential area of Huanglongxian village. The stakeholders, including the local government, farmers and residents,…

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July 2017 News: Evidence of growing need for Water Stewardship

"Much of southern Australia has had the lowest June rainfall in over 100 years of historical record and BoM is predicting a significant likelihood that the period of low rainfall will continue through to September! The increasing interest in water affairs and the need for good water management practices provides an opportunity for Water Stewardship Australia…

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June 2017 News: Meet our new team members & update on WSA activities in Asia Pacific

June 2017 Newsletter: New team members and updates on Asia Pacific activities The WSA team is growing with 3 new team members joining the offices in Melbourne and China. We are appreciative of the support we have received from the Australian Water Partnership in employing new team members and wish them all the success in furthering…

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Why Should PRD Business Lead In Water Stewardship?

Why Should PRD Business Lead In Water Stewardship? Feng Hu, China Water Risk, and Zhenzhen Xu, Alliance for Water Stewardship May 18, 2017 The Pearl River Delta (PRD) has been an economic powerhouse, delivering about one tenth of China’s GDP and driving the development of neighbouring regions. In the meantime, it also faces many water…

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