Everything News Jobs Opportunities Events Products/Services
more
 
About
Go to Home
Sign Up Sign in

Earthscan

Corporate Water Strategies




By William Sarni


In the past, businesses have viewed water as a minimal operational cost and not a strategic issue. However, water has now emerged as a critical issue for both corporations and the public sector in response to increased water demand, climatic risks and potentially negative impacts on brand value.

This innovative book provides up to date information on global water issues and describes how companies can not only address these challenges but also implement high value global water strategies.


• Why water is a critical business issue for companies which now face water riskto their operations and brands
• How new concepts such as embedded water and virtual water are forcing companies to think differently about how they use water to manufacture products
• That companies need to develop a corporate water strategy to manage it as a key business issue and capture the real value of water
• How companies can develop partnerships with non-governmental organizations to implement water strategies


"In , Sarni clearly lays out why water is now a critical business issue and how a smart water strategy can create competitive advantage in the 21st century. Too often we hear only about the down side of water – the risk to a company's license to operate, operational continuity, and reputation. Sarni balances that view with an understanding that water is also a driver of economic development and corporate innovation. Any managers and executives ready to embed water stewardship into their long-term strategies will gain valuable insight from reading this book."—Andrew Winston, corporate environmental strategist and author of and .

" is an essential resource for those who understand the growing demand stakeholders are placing on businesses and brands to become better stewards of our increasingly fragile water supply. Sarni's well-researched text provides clear guidance and dozens of equally compelling examples on how the business community should be managing their own performance and communicating around what will certainly be viewed as the most important environmental issue of the 21st century."—Michael A. Law, managing director, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide.


William Sarni has over 30 years of experience providing sustainability and environmental consulting services to global companies such as BASF, Cisco Systems, EMC and Sodexo. He is based in based in Denver, Colorado and is also the author of (McGraw-Hill, 2009).

This book costs £49.99. For purchase information, please contact us.


Community Review  

 




Linked Items From Earthscan


  1. Making the Most of the Water We Have: the soft path approach to water managementEdited by David...

  2. State of the World 2011 Products & Services

    State of the World 2011: innovations that nourish the planetBy Worldwatch InstituteAbout this...

  3. The Atlas of Climate Change Products & Services

    The Atlas of Climate Change: Mapping the world's greatest challengeBy Kirstin Dow and Thomas E....

  4. Markets and Rural Poverty Products & Services

    Markets and Rural Poverty: upgrading in value chainsEdited by Jonathan Mitchell and Christopher...



Related Items From Everyone


  1. Power generation equipment and services specialist Alstom is collaborating with Belgian wind farm...

    24 Mar 2011
  2. stephenie Organisations

  3. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has commended the European Union's...

    24 Aug 2009
  4. • Specialist suppliers of all types of bins and recycling containers for the...

  5. Environmental friendliness is set to be one of the "major" themes of Europe's largest...

    04 Mar 2008



Go To Home

Resource Links

We're social: View Available Feeds Find out more! Leave us your feedback

RSS



We appreciate all feedback. Please leave as much or as little as you like about any aspect of this website.

If your message requires a response, please leave your email address.