Corporate Water Disclosure Guidelines – provides the first ever common approach to corporate water disclosure. Companies are fundamentally changing the way they address water.

This Guide describes how companies can contribute to water-related public policy goals and support policy that is developed and effectively implemented for the benefit of all water users. It is founded on the belief that equitable processes that bring together affected parties will be a powerful tool for reducing shared water risks and combating this century’s emerging water issues.

The report Overview of Greywater Reuse: the Potential of Greywater Systems to Aid Sustainable Water Management analyzes how, as a key strategy that reduces demand, greywater reuse can improve the resilience of water systems to the impacts of climate change.

Effective business water accounting methods are critical for sustainable water management, according to the new Pacific Institute report Corporate Water Accounting: an Analysis of Methods and Tools for Measuring Water Use and Its Impact, prepared for the United Nations Environment Programme and the CEO Water Mandate.

Virtually every business decision is also a decision about the use of natural resources. This paper describes how global warming is affecting water and energy resources, and the challenges and opportunities this presents globally.

Water resources are vital to all human activities from basic survival to the most complex industrial production. In recent years, a broad set of national and international water issues has begun to receive significant attention. This paper provides a snapshot of current global water issues, assesses the water-related risks and opportunities most relevant for the private sector, and describes the general kinds of activities the business community could and should be taking to address them.