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    Description / Table of Contents: Cover -- Contents -- Sponsor statements -- ARCADIS -- DEG -- DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY -- ECOLAB -- HELVETAS SWISS INTERCOOPERATION -- LUNDIN GOLD -- NESTLE -- SUSTAINABLE RICE PLATFORM (SRP) -- VLIR-UOS BIODIVERSITY NETWORK ECUADOR (BIONET ECUADOR) -- WEST BASIN MUNICIPALWATER DISTRICT -- WWF -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- A COMMON PURPOSE -- ORGANIZATION -- TRENDS AND OBSERVATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- Conflict and collaboration -- Communication -- Change -- REFERENCES -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Part 1: Perspectives -- Chapter 1: The indigenous perspective on water: A source of life, not a resource -- 1.1 INTRODUCTION -- 1.2 INDIGENOUS AND MAINSTREAM THINKING -- 1.3 A HISTORY OF TAKING -- 1.4 THE LAST STRAW: DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE -- 1.5 THE INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVE ON WATER: A FAMILY MATTER -- 1.6 BUILDING PROJECTS, BUILDING COMMUNITY -- 1.7 AFTERWORD -- Chapter 2: Alleviating poverty through sustainable industrial water use: A watersheds perspective -- 2.1 INTRODUCTION -- 2.2 CARE'S COMMITMENT TO REDUCING GLOBAL POVERTY: WHY WATER? -- 2.2.1 History and mission -- 2.2.2 Water, gender, and vulnerability -- 2.3 DEVELOPMENT OF CARE'S WATER+ PROGRAM -- 2.3.1 Water smart agriculture -- 2.3.2 Industrial water use and water governance -- 2.4 CARE'S INDUSTRIAL PARTNERSHIPS -- 2.4.1 Coca Cola: Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) -- 2.4.2 PepsiCo: She feeds the world -- 2.4.3 Gap, Inc.: Water and women alliance -- 2.5 ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCING SUSTAINABLE WATER BY CORPORATIONS -- 2.6 NEED FOR GOVERNMENT ACTION -- 2.6.1 Inadequate regulation means no incentive for sustainable industrial water use -- 2.6.2 CARE facilitates the strengthening of government capacity -- 2.7 FUTURE CHALLENGES -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3: Business transformation as the gateway to sustainability: A tobacco company's perspective.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (485 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781789060676
    DDC: 333.912316
    Language: English
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    London : IWA Publishing
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (70 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781789064087
    DDC: 331.48136361
    Language: English
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