|Location||City, Country & Regions||Location Type|
Agriculture Capital Management
Alliance for Water Stewardship
Campbell Soup Company
CEO Water Mandate
General Mills Inc.
National Forest Foundation
Olam International Ltd
Sustainable Food Lab
The Coca-Cola Company
The Nature Conservancy
American River Headwaters
Ecolab Carson Water Stewardship Project
Ecolab City of Industry Water Stewardship Project
Managing Dairy Manure for Clean Water
On-Farm Groundwater Recharge
Rewarding Coastal Farmers for Boosting Water Future
San Gabriel Watershed Restoration
Santa Ana River Watershed Sustainable Landscapes Initiative
Santa Ana Watershed Site Water Targets Pilot
Tahoe Headwaters Restoration
The Groundwater Exchange
Water Stewardship & the California Water Action Plan
|Countries:||United States of America|
|Regions:||California, Sacramento River - San Joaquin River|
Includes Sustainable Development Goals from the organization and its locations.
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Stakeholder Participation (SDG 6.b)
Sustainable Agriculture (SDG 2.4)
Includes tags from the organization and its locations.
Irrigation Management and Technology
|Services Offered:||No services needed/offered|
|Org. Type:||Coalition / Consortium|
The California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC) is a platform for diverse stakeholders to come together and pursue collective action projects that will improve water security in California for people, business, agriculture and nature. CWAC was originally conceived in May 2014 following a Water Action Hub meeting hosted by the CEO Water Mandate in Los Angeles. Several meeting attendees - including major food and beverage companies and leading environmental organizations...
The California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC) is a platform for diverse stakeholders to come together and pursue collective action projects that will improve water security in California for people, business, agriculture and nature. CWAC was originally conceived in May 2014 following a Water Action Hub meeting hosted by the CEO Water Mandate in Los Angeles. Several meeting attendees - including major food and beverage companies and leading environmental organizations - expressed a desire to better understand California's water challenges, identify geographies and issues of shared interest, and collaborate to make measurable positive impacts on water security in the state. CWAC began as a casual working group, and has now evolved into a formal coalition with joint stewardship projects, a steering committee, shared goals, and annual in-person meetings. Today, CWAC comprises over twenty organizations deeply committed to California's shared water future. Our membership includes major non-profits, global companies, agricultural producers, responsible investors, and environmental foundations - all working together to transform ideas into actions that protect and enhance California's most precious resource. Visit cawateraction.org for more information.
The Nature Conservancy and partners are implementing a landscape-scale forest restoration and research project on the property and adjacent Forest Service lands, referred to as the French Meadows Project. The Project aims to increase the pace and scale of ecologically-based ... Learn More
Optimize and reuse water within the manufacturing plant Adopt the Alliance for Water Stewardship International Water Stewardship Standard Participate in project's within the catchment to offset consumptive water use at the plant Learn More
Optimize and reuse water within the manufacturing plant Adopt the Alliance for Water Stewardship International Water Stewardship Standard Participate in project's within the catchment to offset consumptive water use at the plant Understand contextualized water targets Learn More
Dairy manure is a valuable by-product that producers traditionally use to fertilize the crops they grow to keep their cows happy and healthy. However, with few export options and limited on-farm management strategies for this “black gold,” farmers end up ... Learn More
Groundwater is a key resource under stress in California – communities rely on underground aquifers for drinking water, and farmers use groundwater as an essential water source, especially during times of drought. Many species and their habitats rely on the ... Learn More
California's Central Coast is facing interreated water quality and supply issues: groundwater overdraft, saltwater intrusion, and nutrient-laden runoff that impairs waterways and groundwater. This vibrant farming region is at risk, but farmers are part of the solution. This project is ... Learn More
Following the destruction of the Station Fire of 2009, the National Forest Foundation partnered with the Forest Service and engaged the local community to restore the Angeles National Forest. The Fire affected four watersheds, decimated forests, and severely damaged both ... Learn More
With climate change altering the timing and volume of precipitation, climate-resilient urban landscapes and water supply strategies are critical – particularly for those who depend on imported water like Southern California. The Pacific Institute & CEO Water Mandate are leading ... Learn More
The Pacific Institute, in its role as co-secretariat for the CEO Water Mandate, coordinated a clustered pilot for setting site water targets in the Santa Ana River Watershed (SARW) in southern California. This helped test and inform global guidance under ... Learn More
The National Forest Foundation is working with the U.S. Forest Service and partners like Coca-Cola to restore the Tahoe National Forest Headwaters to optimum health by thinning vegetation, restoring meadows and river channels, eradicating invasive species, improving water flows, increasing ... Learn More
The Groundwater Exchange is a free, collaborative online platform designed to connect water managers, water users and community members with tools and resources to support successful implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) in California. It brings together materials ... Learn More
Companies with strategic interest in California increasingly recognize the need to work effectively with diverse stakeholders—including employees at their owned operations, suppliers, governments, communities, and customers—to improve measurement, management, and stewardship of the shared natural resources that support sustainable economic ... Learn More
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