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The following training programs are planned for the next couple of months: 19-21 April in Johannesburg 23-25 April in Cape Town 2-4 May in Melbourne 20-22 June in Durban In addition, we will be organizing training in India as soon as possible. Please contact me if...

As part of our ongoing commitment to achieve a single global water stewardship system we recently delivered a joint training session with our partners from the European Water Stewardship System. This three-day event in Brussels also enabled several specialist service providers to meet the training...

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

Read AWS board member Chris Brown’s recent blog post: Water Stewardship Australia’s blog post on the TEDA industrial park project: http://waterstewardship.org.au/demonstrating-good-water-stewardship-major-industrial-park-china/ Adrian Sym has contributed a chapter on AWS to a recently-published book: “Global Water Ethics” available at https://www.routledge.com/Global-Water-Ethics-Towards-a-global-ethics-charter/Ziegler-Groenfeldt/p/book/9781138204294...

We continue to build and diversify our membership. So far in 2017 the following organizations have joined more than 60 who signed up last year as members of AWS: AZAO, The Coca Cola Company, DHI, ERM, SCS, Merck and Highlands and Islands Enterprise. To join AWS...

On Tuesday 4 April, the first workshop for the implementation of the AWS Standard with producers in Spain will take place. The workshop is part of the AWS-WWF-EDEKA cooperation to implement the AWS Standard in supply chain production sites in water stressed locations around the...