Adoption of good water stewardship, an innovative system for defining, implementing, recognising and rewarding good water management, is expected to grow strongly in China following signing of an MOU during Australian Week in China last week.
The Memorandum of Understanding provides for WSA, through its Shanghai regional office, to build capacity through advice and training for promoting and implementing good water stewardship in the TEDA industrial park and more generally in China’s development zones.
WSA will also support TEDA Eco Centre’s matchmaking efforts to link the opportunity for improved practices with best practice technology providers. The AWS water stewardship standard helps industry identify and prioritise the need for improved water practices.
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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australian Aid program support WSA’s work in the Indo-Pacific region to engage industry in good water stewardship and sustainable economic development. WSA is a partner of the Australian Government supported Australian Water Partnership.