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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...

Our first Global Water Stewardship Forum, held in Edinburgh in early November, proved to be a great success. Over 100 participants from more than 20 countries engaged in plenary and breakout sessions on key topics regarding water stewardship. The Forum's Objective was to advance the integrity...

To mark the first Global Water Stewardship Forum we have produced a short publication Reflections on Progress 2014-2016 which highlights some of the key lessons learned since the launch of the AWS Standard in 2014. This reflects our ambition to be a network for knowledge...

Numbers of sites seeking certification growing The number of sites which have registered as seeking AWS certification is steadily growing. We currently have 27 sites registered in 13 countries. This includes a significant commitment to AWS certification from Nestle Waters who have 17 sites in 10...