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Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas (2013)
Understand where and how water risks and opportunities are emerging worldwide.
Chemicals Management Module (2015)
Benchmark, establish, build, maintain and improve chemicals management processes, and integrate them with other business processes as part of your overall corporate management system.
Children’s Rights and Business Principles (2013)
Guidance, tools, and approaches to respecting children’s rights in and out of the workplace.
Corporate Water Stewardship: Achieving a Sustainable Balance (2013)
This paper presents a business case and strategy that reconciles these complex issues into a cohesive framework for industry to achieve a 100% sustainable water balance (i.e., water neutrality) in a way that creates business value.
Ecosystem Services Assessment: How to Do One in Practice (2013)
This guide integrates learning from a range of published ecosystem services case studies and applies it in logical steps to help practitioners make their own ecosystem services assessments.
Getting in Step: Engaging Stakeholders in Your Watershed (2013)
This guide is intended to assist agencies, organizations, and companies involved with watershed management activities with building a stakeholder group.
Grey Water Footprint Accounting (2013)
These guidelines support Grey Water Footprint accounting at its simplest level, using the least detailed approach to estimate the Grey Water Footprint in the case of diffuse and direct pollution.
Investing in Forested Landscapes for Source Water Protection in the US (2013)
This publication offers comprehensive guidance on the economics, science, partnerships, and finance mechanisms underlying successful efforts to secure the water-related functions of forests and other ecosystems.
Metsä Board’s Water Use Efficiency Measures (2013)
Metsä Board achieves 16% reduction in water use, reducing its impact on local rivers and lakes.
WaterAid Participation Ladder Tool (2018)
Monitor how effectively various groups feel like they are participating and involve in decision-making. The visual aid illustrates the different levels of participation. The diagram is to help the person carrying out the interview to assess where the person is on the participation ladder.