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Register for the 2017 AWS Global Water Stewardship Forum

Join a global movement for sustainable water use

What's New

  • Register for the last AWS North America Training of 2017, taking place in Los Angeles December 5-7!

  • AWS accredited trainer Exova BM Trada is hosting 2 days of training in Edinburgh immediately prior to the Global Water Stewardship Forum. The training will take place on October 29th and 30th and  satisfies the structured training requirements for professionals seeking accreditation as an AWS accredited auditor, consultant or trainer. Click here for more information on Foundation and Advanced module Click here for more information on Specialist module

  • We have now published a draft program for this year’s Global Water Stewardship Forum, taking place in Edinburgh on October 31 and November 01.The first day will use practical experience to tackle the big issues in the AWS system, while the second day focuses on how we can activate the drivers that will increase participation in AWS. Click here to view the draft program

  • Nominations are now open for the 2017 AWS Water Stewardship Prize. The prize seeks to recognize commitment and innovation by individuals in pursuit of the AWS mission: to lead a global network that promotes responsible use of freshwater that is socially and economically beneficial and environmentally sustainable. The prize is awarded to individuals rather than organizations. Nominations can be submitted up to October 7th, 2017. Click here to access the nominations form

A global standard

The AWS Standard is a globally-applicable framework for major water users to understand their water use and impacts, and to work collaboratively and transparently for sustainable water management within a catchment context.
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Environmentally

Sustainable

Environmentally sustainable water use maintains or improves biodiversity, ecological and hydrological processes at the catchment level.

Economically

Beneficial

Economically beneficial water use contributes to long-term sustainable economic growth and development and poverty alleviation for water users, local communities and society at large

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Global Impact

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  • In a significant boost to global efforts to promote water stewardship, we have strengthened our partnership with WWF through a memorandum of understanding.

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