Straight from the Source: Volume 1 – Physical Scope

This webinar is tailored for AWS Professionally Credentialed individuals and delivered in partnership with SCS Global Services and AWS Specialist Professional, Rae Mindock. It explores the AWS Standard indicators for the Physical Scope and offers real world examples of the indicator requirements in practice. […]

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Spotlight on Indonesia: Driving Good Water Stewardship in Landscape & Jurisdictional Approaches in Palm Oil & Natural Rubber

Spotlight on Indonesia Webinar Welcome Screen

This is the first webinar in our Spotlight series on the ISEAL Innovations Fund project 2020-2022: ‘Boosting sustainability practice and performance at the landscape level through good water stewardship’ (July 2020 – July 2022). The project is led by the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS SCIO) and Yayasan Aliansi Wali Sumber Daya Air Indonesia (AWS […]

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AWS Forum 2020 – Member Session: WWF Presents Linking Water Stewardship and Resilience Planning: Concepts, Processes and Tools

By bridging existing water stewardship and climate resilience concepts and language, WWF will outline a four-step process to help companies embed climate resilience into their water stewardship strategies. As part of this process, WWF will provide insights on how the new scenarios in the Water Risk Filter tool can help companies better understand future water […]

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AWS Forum 2020 – Member Session: Water Stewardship Enhancing Resilience in African Cities: Lessons Learnt and On-Going Work from the GIZ NatuReS Programme

GIZ’s Natural Resources Stewardship Programme (NatuReS) enables private-public-civil society partnerships to sustainably manage natural resources needed for improved livelihoods and continued economic development. As continuation of the International Water Stewardship Programme (2013-2018), NatuReS understands the complexity involved in working towards a resilient, natural resources secure future, where sustainable and inclusive economic growth and the protection […]

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AWS Forum 2020: Member Session – Eawag: Opportunities for Prediction Modeling of Environmental Hazards in Water and Crops

The Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) invites AWS Members, partners and stakeholders to learn about opportunities for partnering with Eawag in using machine learning modeling to evaluate and create prediction maps of groundwater quality, soil micronutrients and crop constituents, among other possibilities. Eawag’s previous work will also be presented, including the […]

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