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.

 

Our Community

Connect with students, faculty and external partners whose work or interests are in areas related to this topic. Find out how leaders in the field are thinking about this topic, and how you might get involved.

Rosemary Ripley
Managing Director, Investment & Portfolio Management at NGEN Partners
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Advisory Committee, Alumni
People interested in water

Programs & Research

Explore the Center’s programs and research related to this topic.

Corporate Water Risk and Strategy Workshop Series
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

Further Steps to Solve the Plastics Problem
Eight million tons of plastic waste enters our oceans every year. What steps are needed to solve the plastics problem?
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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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CBEY: A Decade of Innovation at the Nexus of Business and the Environment
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Recent Events

Take a look at our recent events for this topic.

5th annual Joint Sustainability Alumni Network Reception
Jul 17, 2019
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2019 Conservation Finance Boot Camp
Jun 24, 2019
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Boot Camp
Terra Conservation Capital: A Conversation with Roy Richards, Jr.
May 01, 2019
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Recent water Events

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