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Connected and Flowing: A Renewable Future for Rivers, Climate and People (2019)
This report explores how a set of planning approaches, and policy and financial mechanisms, can ensure that the world benefits from the renewable revolution by accelerating the arrival of power systems that are low carbon, low cost, and low impact.
Driving Harmonization of Water-Related Terminology (2014)
The Mandate Secretariat along with participating organizations have attempted to reach shared understanding of water-related terminology, while also identifying areas where there is divergence in understanding.
Exploring the Case for Corporate Context-Based Water Targets (2017)
In order to contribute to long-term risk mitigation and tackle increasing water challenges, corporate water targets must be informed by the best available science on hydro-ecological conditions at the basin level, informed by contextual social needs, and aligned with local to global public policy objectives.
Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (IHA) (2018)
Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (IHA) is a software program that allows water resource managers, hydrologists, ecologists, researchers and policy makers to assess how rivers, lakes and groundwater basins have been affected by human activities over time – or to evaluate future water management scenarios.
Mississippi Headwaters: The Business Case for Conservation (2019)
This report analyzes the benefits and costs of improving water quality in the Mississippi Headwaters through land preservation and restoration.
Natural Infrastructure for Business Platform (2015)
Strengthen the business case for investment in natural infrastructure.
Understanding “Sufficiency” | El Bajio, Mexico (2015)
Addressing the “sufficiency gap” in groundwater supplies through collective action and water stewardship in El Bajío, Mexico.
Understanding “Sufficiency” in Water-Related Collective Action (2014)
By understanding the size and nature of the gap between desired conditions in a watershed (i.e., what might be considered “sufficient” to promote community and ecological well-being) and current conditions, companies can determine how much and what type of action is needed.