Supported by GIZ’s IWaSP/NatuReS programme, a new online water stewardship knowledge sharing platform is now available for companies, organisations and other stewardship practitioners to tackle water risks more sustainably.
Dubbed the Water Action Hub 3.0, this website is a vital digital resource for best practices and lessons learned in water stewardship, and was developed by the Pacific Institute, working under the CEO Water Mandate, which is a UN Global Compact Initiative.
Visitors to this website can benefit by:
1. Accessing key, practical information about water stewardship projects around the world, as well as the organisations administering them.
2. Having a global forum to propose new stewardship projects and garner interest among potential partners.
3. Increasing their exposure to other potential water stewardship partners, thereby increasing the chances for more collective water stewardship activities in general.
Other key features of the hub include the visual plotting of organisations and their water stewardship projects on a world map. Hub users can then filter the hundreds of listed projects by: country, region, type of project, SDG targets addressed, project status, the types of organisations involved, and other variables.
Water Action Hub 3.0 aims to catalogue and raise awareness of the vast network of water stewardship projects around the world. In doing so, it inspires action, helps share best practice and innovative ideas, and promotes collaboration among the many different organisations committed to addressing the world's many water challenges.