Water Overview

Water scarcity is a central challenge of the twenty-first century. Changes in local climates, along with growing pressure on the water-energy-food nexus, are making efficient and forward-looking water management strategies a basic necessity for many companies. While water poses many operational risks, it also presents a wide plane of opportunities for innovation. The Center manages a number of programs and initiatives at this intersection.

 

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Programs & Research

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Conservation Finance Network
New Models for Markets & Finance
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Rising Leaders on the Sustainable Development Goals
New Models for Markets & Finance, Intrapreneurship & Systems Change
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Joint Degree Leadership Development Series
Intrapreneurship & Systems Change
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Programs and Research about water

Our Stories

Risky Water: Lessons from Student-Initiated Water Workshops
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Blog
Water to Wine: The Case for Wine amidst the California Drought
Todd Cort, Lecturer in Sustainability and CBEY Advisor writes for Environmental Leader
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