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Action Brief 3.1: Action Learning Projects (2018)
The projects aim to assess the current water use trends, identify and map out the key stakeholders, shared water-related risks, challenges and opportunity at the site and catchment level, and develop a water stewardship plan following the framework of AWS Standard.
Beneficiary Counting Tool
Each project has to assess and report the number of direct and indirect beneficiaries that are reached. The goal is to maximize the beneficiaries of the program- but not at any price. Thus, this tool has been developed to serve two goals: First, to count beneficiaries in a uniform way, and second, to support the projects in maximizing that number (both before, during and post project).
CEO Guide to Water (2018)
This guide lays out the business case for water, outlining physical and non-physical water-related risks and presents significant business opportunities connected to water.
Freshwater Resources: Managing the Risks Facing the Private Sector (2004)
This paper provides a snapshot of current global water issues, assesses the water-related risks most relevant for the business community, and describes the general kinds of activities companies can take to address them.
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.
IWRM Action Plan Searcher (2021)
The IWRM Action Searcher is a database of priority actions for advancing IWRM as a means of achieving broader water-related objectives.
Market Scan Tool
The objective of a Market Scan is to identify potential partners with water intensive businesses and water risks with regard to water stewardship activities in order to increase engagement with corporate partners.
Interactive brainstorming tool to jointly analyse risks, their causes, impact and impacted groups.
Stakeholder / Institutional Analysis
Identify key players and all stakeholders for a successful partnership using this guidance and template.
Target Group Engagement and External Communications in the Implementation Plan
Partnership target group engagement: use communications as a means to raise awareness, change attitude or behaviour among the partnership target groups (that are identified in stakeholder analysis)
Partnership external communications: showcase partnership achievements for both internal and external stakeholders (e.g. potential partners)
The IWA Principles for Water-Wise Cities (2016)
IWA’s Principles for Water-Wise Cities establish a framework that assists urban stakeholders achieve sustainable urban water and emphasizes the importance of collaboration.
Urban Waters – How Does Water Impact and is Impacted by Cities and Human Settlements? (2018)
This publication explores water in urban areas, not only in terms of water management, governance and infrastructure, but also in terms of challenges and opportunities of water bodies as biospheres and ecosystems within and close to urban areas.
Water: A Human and Business Priority (2020)
This article examines how through proactive individual and collective action, businesses can combat the water crisis.