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Water footprinting webinar - free on edie.net

Register now for edie.net's free webinar entitled 'Water: The forgotten impact? Understanding water use, measurement and management' on June 13th at 11am.

Considering and mitigating the water footprint of your business can reduce physical, reputational, regulatory and financial risks. And those companies that proactively respond to the challenge of global freshwater scarcity can turn that risk into an opportunity.

Edie.net is bringing together Cranfield University's reader in water management, Tim Hess Accor's VP sustainable development Sophie Flak and Nestle's head of safety, health and environment sustainability Inder Poonaji to explore a number of themes, including:

- Using your water footprint activity to drive your overall sustainability strategy
- What can we learn from carbon footprinting activity
- Developing effective water use minimisation strategies,
- Managing water as a valuable asset and mitigating the effects of water shortages worldwide
- The need for global standards
- Taking it to the next level: supply-chain water footprinting

This exclusive edie webinar is being chaired by Sustainable Business magazine editor Tom Idle ewho said: "While carbon and energy have grabbed the headlines, the impact of water use and scarcity has sadly slipped off the radar.

"But water is fast becoming a strategically important issue for business - particularly for companies whose supply chain crosses boundaries into water-stressed regions."

Speakers:
Accor vice president sustainable development Sophie Flak
Nestle head of safety, health and environment sustainability Inder Poonaji
Cranfield University reader in water management, Tim Hess

To take part in this free edie webinar, and to join the debate register here now.

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