The Water Council collaborates with global organizations that support common goals for freshwater research, innovation, education and business development.
Nanjing Eco High-tech Island
China-US Spongy City Research Institute and ChuZhou Municipal Government
The Water Council takes the strategic approach of being an all-inclusive global connector for water technology organizations. An Overseas Membership with The Water Council is the perfect way for water tech companies based outside of the U.S. to link with a dynamic network of leaders located in the heart of the nation’s most densely populated water tech cluster. Let us help you connect with U.S. companies, research institutions, talent, work space and business development opportunities.
Robust industry network
A mark of quality and visibility
Product and technology validation
Soft-landing facilities at the Global Water Center
The UN Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with 10 universally accepted principles in the area of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
On April 28, 2009, The Water Council was inducted into the UN Global Compact Cities Programme. The Cities Programme, the urban arm of the United Nations Global Compact, works directly with cities, regions and partners to progress social equality and justice, environmental sustainability and good governance in the urban environment. Today Milwaukee is one of only 5 cities participating in the Cities Programme as an “Innovating City,” the highest level of engagement.
The Water Council is the official North American regional partner for the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), a multi-stakeholder international organization dedicated to enhancing water stewardship capacity, and guiding, incentivizing and differentiating responsible water use. AWS brings together leading organizations from around the globe who are committed to advancing the responsible use of freshwater.