Environmentalists and corporations have not always seen eye-to-eye on matters of how our natural resources should best be used. In fact, many people see corporate industry as inherently anti-environmental. However, many corporations now have developed multiple ways of incorporating protection of the natural environment into their goals. These include water stewardship plans, partnerships between corporations and environmental groups that help both parties agree on a water management strategy, implementation of environmental best practices, and new ideas for the future of water accountability and transparency.
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Protecting Resources - Satisfying Consumers: New Corporate Water Strategies
Through Dry Times by Alanna Riggs
WRRC Receives Reclamation Grant Award
Water Resources Development Committee Report Released
Grand Canyon Institute Releases Report on Economics of Arizona’s Water Supply
"Tidal wave of books on the current water problem"
Pacific Institute Offers Water and Energy Saving Tools
EPA Announces Sustainability Website
Paper on Transboundary Aquifers Looks at Institutional Asymmetry
New USGS Report on Arizona’s Alluvial Basins
Public Policy Review
Visit to Oregon Offers Insights into Successful Collaboration by Sharon Megdal
AWR Insert: Arizona Environmental Water Needs Assessment Report and Methodology Guidebook This document represent a synthesis and analysis of studies that quantify the water requirements of Arizona’s springs, riparian areas, and aquatic ecosystems.