12 Jun '11, 1pm

Corporate Water Strategies: All Watersheds are Local

Corporate Water Strategies: All Watersheds are Local

There I was finishing up Keith Richards' "Life" and awaiting a highly anticipated shipment of "The Pale King", "World War Z" and "The Fire Engine That Disappeared." Unfortunately, I had opted for Amazon's free shipping option even though I knew it would take a few days to get to me. On my desk sat an albatross: "Corporate Water Strategies " by Deloitte's Will Sarni. He was nice enough to inscribe it to my sons even when I told him I probably wouldn't read it. So I cracked it open with every intention of putting it down after a few pages. I could then face Will and say "I tried, but..." After 20 pages I was hooked. The book presents a comprehensive overview of the current research on water and water-related issues. Despite the title, it's not just required reading for corporations but also for NGOs, municipalities, and everyone else who will be required to partner to ensure...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2011/06/12/corporate-water-s...

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