For many large companies, water-related risks are still not a key factor in strategic decision-making.
Meet the largest commercial "blackwater" system in the United States.
And how that’s likely to affect the flow of strategy in the months ahead.
Learning from Israel's leadership.
Fresh ideas for a circular future emerge from Stockholm World Water Week.
More and more, it's a matter of social equity.
For companies to succeed as water stewards, they need a new generation of targets based on local context and guided by the best available science.
Around the world, the industry is experimenting with new technologies. Here's the low-down on some of them.
In the face of shortages, water recycling and reuse strategies may be necessary to ensure business continuity.
Apana, Shell and Veolia use circular principles to retain and recycle water used in farming, fracking and washing machines.