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Water Security Fund

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5888268 km2
Countries
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Partners: Amicorp, Luxembourg
CEO Water Mandate
Ceres
China Water Risk
FARAD-Group, Luxembourg
Fincoms
GSK Stockmann, Luxembourg
ING Bank, Luxembourg
KPMG, Luxembourg
Thomas Schumann Capital
Countries: Luxembourg
Regions: Rhine
Project SDGs:
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International Cooperation and Capacity Building (SDG 6.a)
Stakeholder Participation (SDG 6.b)
Project Tags:
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Safe, Affordable Water
Leaving No One Behind
Services Needed: Communications & outreach
Financial support
Technical assistance
Benefits Provided: Water Quantity: Demand reduction
Risk and Uncertainty: Water supply reliability
Risk and Uncertainty: Reputation
Desired Partners: Investor
Financial Institution
UN Entity
Social Enterprise
Business
Project Type: Collective Action
Language: English
Start & End Dates: Jan. 2015  »  Ongoing
Project Website: watersecurityfund.com
Project Investment: $1000000.00
Tech Providers: FARAD-GROUP, Luxembourg
Project Source: User
Profile Completion: 97%

Project Overview

The world’s first responsible investment fund capturing sustainable, long-term alpha by mitigating financial water risk to advance UN Sustainable Development Goal #6 "Sustainable Management of Water".

Project Results

Social and environmental imoact, financial outperformance.

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Thomas Schumann Capital LLC


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The CEO Water Mandate mobilizes business leaders to advance water stewardship, sanitation, and the Sustainable Development Goals – in partnership with the United Nations, governments, peers, civil society, and others. Endorsers of the CEO Water Mandate recognize that they can ... Learn More

Ceres is a non-profit organization advocating for sustainability leadership. We bring unique capital market solutions to many water-related challenges. We are changing the way that businesses and utilities manage water, and the way that investors consider water risk in their ... Learn More

China Water Risk is a non-profit initiative designed to help investors, businesses and individuals understand and mitigate risk around water. Learn More

Thomas Schumann Capital is sponsor of Water Risk Index, the world's first benchmark index to price financial water risk in securities due to their exposure to water. Financial water risk is a core portfolio risk. The firm also sponsors Water ... Learn More

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View the full list of 300+ resources at the Water Stewardship Toolbox

Globally, corporations and industry are seeking to secure access to sufficient quantities of water to meet current and future needs in a socially, economically and environmentally responsible way in the midst of an unfolding global water crisis with risks that ... Learn More

Developers: The Coca-Cola Company, The Nature Conservancy

Globally, corporations and industry are seeking to secure access to sufficient quantities of water to meet current and future needs in a socially, economically and environmentally responsible way in the midst of an unfolding global water crisis with risks that ... Learn More

Developers: The Coca-Cola Company, The Nature Conservancy

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

The Coca-Cola Company is quantifying the water-related “Replenish” benefits derived through its Community Water Partnership (CWP) projects. The work described in this report builds on previous efforts, and provides a current status of quantification results for three categories of CWP ... Learn More

Developers: GETF, The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola Company is quantifying the water-related “Replenish” benefits derived through its Community Water Partnership (CWP) projects. The work described in this report builds on previous efforts, and provides a current status of quantification results for three categories of CWP ... Learn More

Developers: GETF, The Coca-Cola Company

Although metrics such as water use efficiency ratios are commonly employed within businesses to measurably demonstrate progress, assessing the benefits of water projects beyond a company’s four walls is much more difficult. To fill the gap, some companies are developing ... Learn More

Developers: WWF

Companies are increasingly setting and pursing ‘water balance targets’ as part of their water stewardship strategies. The seeming simplicity of balance goals can be attractive – “we will restore a volume of water equal to the amount our business consumes.” ... Learn More

Developers: WWF

Companies are increasingly setting and pursing ‘water balance targets’ as part of their water stewardship strategies. The seeming simplicity of balance goals can be attractive – “we will restore a volume of water equal to the amount our business consumes.” ... Learn More

Developers: WWF

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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 ...