Our Challenge & Focus

“Avoiding a real liquidity crunch, one that could impact billions of lives and cost trillions of dollars is one of our greatest challenges in the 21st century.”

Asia has limited water resources, yet water is the only resource we cannot survive without. We must create a new paradigm of ‘business unusual’ in Asia if we are to ensure the continent’s water security. Asian leaders, businesses, financiers, entrepreneurs & scientists have the opportunity to pave the way in making decisions today for water tomorrow.

Rise to the challenge and join us in “waterproofing” Asia.

WATER-NOMICS

Finding a national roadmap to more GDP on less water & less pollution by wedding economic planning to water resource management

WATER RISK VALUATION

Building consensus toward water risk valuation in credit/equity portfolios & financial decision-making to drive capital flow to responsible users

BUSINESS UNUSUAL

Regulating for a future with water will disrupt multiple sectors & global trade to forge an era of business unusual & circular economy

What We Do

“We cannot solve what we don’t understand”

CWR aims to catalyse a better understanding of the complex web of water risks to unlock innovations. We strive to be the “go-to” resource on water risks and collaborate with experts, research & scientific institutes as well as IGOs and NGOs to bring you the latest views on water & climate risks in the region.

In addition to proprietary research in our focus areas, we also co-publish policy briefs with government-related bodies in China and beyond. We engage extensively with the business and investment communities and reports we have written for financial institutions have been considered ground-breaking in the understanding of water risks across sectors we cover.

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Commissioned Reports

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Panels & Talks

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Strategic Insights

Understand future business risks in a changing waterscape – physical, regulatory & reputational

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Risk Assessments

Get on top of systemic water risk exposure in your loan book or asset portfolios

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Investor Engagement

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The Latest

Latest Analysis & Opinions

19 January, 2023
Greenie Web's program analyses a website to recommend near instant decarbonization actions. Ian Chew, Founder of Greenie Web expands on the program & talks the future of technological sustainability
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19 January, 2023
Want a more sustainable wardrobe? Smthgood, a recently launched conscious fashion app based in Singapore can help as Eco-Business' Robin Hicks shows
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19 January, 2023
Painting Hong Kong's buildings white with iPaint could reduce carbon emissions by 580,000 tonnes annually. We chat to i2Cool's Founder, Dr Martin Zhu to learn more
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19 January, 2023
In response to rising sea levels, the Pacific nation of Tuvalu could become first country in the world to solely exist in the metaverse. Nick Kelly & Marcus Foth of Queensland University of Technology expand
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19 January, 2023
Home to more hard coral species than the Caribbean, Hong Kong reefs need protecting. We sit down with CEO & Co-founder of Archireef, Vriko Yu, to hear how their 3D printed clay tiles save reefs with a 95% survivorship rate
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19 January, 2023
In the midst of our current food conundrum we chat with King Lai, Founder of Genius Greens, set up an aeroponic farm in Hong Kong to reduce food miles & bolster local production
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24 May, 2022
CWR was the thematic partner for Singapore International Water Week 2022. CWR's Dawn McGregor shares what kept us...
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24 November, 2020
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24 November, 2020
Last month, we sat down with Dr Nicole S. Khan, an Assistant Professor from the University of Hong Kong to talk about the scientific...
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7 November, 2022
7th November, 2022 – CWR releases new report, “Futureproofing APAC Banks & Savings: Stress test right today, avoid hard landing from rising seas”, which...
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China Water Risk releases a new report titled HK Deep Dive! Coastal Threat Adaptation Gaps Hurt HKMA & HK Banks...
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