Many companies are asking themselves whether they have entered a “new normal,” and which steps they should take – and when – to build resilience to these increased risks.
The recent increase in costly extreme weather events has provided a clear signal to many companies of the near-term risks associated with climate change.
Water Risk Management is getting top priority for industries, businesses, hospitals and (local) governments.
Especially for business managers, we have made an overview of:
- Water Risk Management in 4 steps – what strategy and measurements can be taken
- Trends and Finding Reports
- Overview latest flood protecting solutions
- Water storage systems to protect you from stormwater
- Promising systems
- Lessons from Hurricane Sandy and more
The green economy as an integrating framework for policies on material use
Compost is a perfect organic source which helps conserve water, according to the University of California.
For example: if governments add compost to sandy soil, the soil will hold more water, making urban water management easier at a sustainable way. Read More
During the rainy season Nov 2014 – March 2015, only a few drops fell
The long-term solution to more acute drought is to change the way California is managing surface water when it’s wet.
Take some of that surface water, when they have got a lot of rain or a lot of snow, and use it to recharge groundwater so it’s there for us in times of drought.
Industries: decrease your water footprint
Out of 3% water water is consumed for industrial purpose. The increasing world population will also increase industrial water consumption.
Experts think of 15-20% by 2030. But we are running short of water, world wide. So what can industries do to reduce their water consumption? Read More