The Policy & Practice of Climate Change & Water

Corporate Water Stewardship and the Case for Green Infrastructure

Private sector investment in green infrastructure can reduce water-related risks and provide multiple co-benefits while helping companies achieve water-stewardship goals. ​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The next few decades of global water infrastructure investment will be transformative, and the choices that both public and private sector actors make now may determine if the global water crisis that looms in today’s headlines will have been a harbinger of things to come or a turning point. This report from Conservation International makes the case for private sector investment in green infrastructure as part of a broader water stewardship approach that benefits companies, stakeholders in watersheds where those companies operate and source their materials, and the global community committed to sustainable development.
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How to plug the gap in water investments | AGWA in "Development Finance" Magazine

Development Finance is the first global magazine for donors, development finance institutions, development agencies, the private sector and non-governmental organizations, which highlights and analyses where capital is being mobilized most effectively for the global south, in particular in terms of financing development in the secondary cities of Latin America, Asia and Africa.

The magazine's third issue features an article discussing AGWA's recent work developing a global water climate bond standard. You can find the article "How to Plug the Gap in Water Investments" by clicking here. For the full issue visit http://www.devfinance.net/knowledge-hub/. Read More...
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WUCA Releasing Two White Papers Featuring Climate Change Planning in Water Utilities

The Water Utility Climate Alliance (WUCA) has released two white papers in conjunction with the National Adaptation Forum featuring case studies of water utilities actively addressing climate change. These papers advance the understanding of how the relatively new enterprise of climate change assessment and adaptation practice is developing, and provide valuable feedback from the front lines of climate change planning to guide future investment in this rapidly growing field of inquiry. More information and links to each paper can be found below. Read More...
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