|Location||City, Country & Regions||Location Type|
|Partners:||CII-Triveni Water Institute (CII-TWI)|
Includes Sustainable Development Goals from the project and its locations.
|Climate Resilience and Adaptation (SDG 13.1)|
Includes tags from the project and its locations.
|Water-Related Vulnerability Assessments|
|Services Needed:||No services needed/offered|
|Start & End Dates:||Jan. 2015 » Dec. 2017|
Water Action Hub Staff
World Resource Institute's four Aqueduct assessment tools -- Water Risk Atlas, Country Rankings, Aqueduct Food, and Aqueduct Floods -- help companies, governments, and civil society understand and respond to water risks. These water risks include water stress, seasonal variability, pollution, ... Learn More
Developers: World Resources Institute
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The Pacific Institute – in collaboration with a diverse team of stakeholders – is developing a framework for systematically assessing the multiple benefits and costs provided by water management strategies. Here, we provide a resource library for analysts, decision makers, ... Learn More
Developers: Pacific Institute
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Any action that involves water creates the most benefit and impact for society, environment and economy if these factors are considered: Stewardship, conservation, sustainability, responsibility, long-termism, responsible investing, stakeholder versus shareholder value. In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly recognized ...