Water Stewardship Marries Sustainability With Health & Wellbeing

Although buildings are homes to living beings, they can also be thought of as living entities themselves. While it’s not a perfect analogy, buildings are “alive” in the sense that the materials used to make them, the locations they occupy, and the ways owners and occupants treat a building’s shell and systems all have a profound impact on the useful life of a building.

Water Sessions: Episode 9

The Water Council’s Matt Howard welcomes the Fund for Lake Michigan’s Vicki Elkin and the Harbor District’s Lilith Fowler to discuss how water-related stakeholder collaboration led to the development of an urban ‘Water District’ model based on the principles of the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) Standard, which also serves as a best practice for other regions to follow. Listen in! MORE

Water Sessions: Episode 8

In episode 8 of Water Sessions, The Water Council’s Dylan Waldhueter welcomes Miltrim Farms Manager David Trimner to learn more about the dairy farm’s water stewardship journey and what can be achieved by employing good water stewardship and innovative farming principles. Listen in! MORE

How can you start your water stewardship journey with AWS North America?

Whether you’re a corporate sustainability manager looking to develop a water strategy or facilities engineer looking to implement water stewardship practices at their factory, it’s a common misconception that there’s one blueprint for practicing and implementing good water stewardship practices. AWS North America Program Manager Dylan Waldhuetter shares the five paths you can take to support your water stewardship journey. MORE