Registration open for edie’s business and water online masterclass

Businesses looking for advice on how to embed approaches to water stewardship into their strategies are able to register for a free, online masterclass taking place in August.


Registration open for edie’s business and water online masterclass

The new masterclass takes place on Thursday, 22 August at 1pm, and will see two water industry experts outline the importance of businesses taking action on water stewardship and the steps to start implementing projects and strategies.

CDP has revealed that taking action on water security within the private sector could unlock potential commercial opportunities worth $2.3trn. However, many firms aren’t yet realising the opportunity to act on water and the benefits it can bring.

With water scarcity rapidly rising up the public and political agenda, businesses will need to place it at the heart of their sustainability strategies if they are to reduce environmental impact and increase resilience.  So, just how can businesses build the business case for water stewardship and security?

Hosted as a prelude to World Water Week, this masterclass will provide attendees with advice and insight from experts in the water stewardship to outline why this area is so important and what steps can be introduced that accelerate innovation and drive global water security.

Registrants to the masterclass will be able to access an on-demand recording to watch back.

——CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE WATER WEBINAR——

Discussion Points:

  • Water security: Why should it be a priority for businesses?
  • The societal, environmental and economic impacts of the water security challenge
  • The actions organisations can take to drive positive change on water security

Chair

  • Sarah George, content editor, edie

Presenters

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  • Ghinwa Chammas, group head of sustainability, BSI

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  • Nathan Richardson, head of policy and strategy, Waterwise

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