Voluntary water stewardship drive in Europe's water management

The European Water Stewardship (EWS) is a system for evaluating water management practices of major water-consuming corporations based on four key principles – sustainable water abstraction, good water status, high conservation value areas, and equitable water governance. The EWS was started a few y...

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