China Water Risk is a 2015 GLASA Finalist
by China Water Risk 26 June, 2015
26 June, 2015 – China Water Risk has been nominated and selected as a finalist for the 2015 Global Leadership Award in Sustainable Apparel (GLASA) and will attend the day symposium & award ceremony in Stockholm on 27 August, 2015. More on the symposium and award ceremony here.
GLASA 2015 Theme – Water
The GLASA Award celebrates bold and courageous leadership in the apparel sector as well as promising ideas or practices that can significantly increase the sustainability performance of the apparel industry.
Each year, in consultation with GLASA’s global network, an important topic or theme is identified which frames the GLASA process for the coming year. The theme chosen for 2015 is Water. The latest research indicates that in certain regions access to water and water quality will be a major problem for both people and the apparel industry during the next twenty years if nothing is done to ensure sustainable water management.
2015 GLASA Award Finalists
|China Water Risk
There was a lack of information regarding water risks given the magnitude of water issues in China. CWR was set up to address this. By helping corporates and investors understanding water risks (be they physical, regulatory, economic or reputational), we hoped that they will act to mitigate these risks, thereby fostering clean and efficient use of China’s limited water resources. (see more)DyeCoo
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Sustainable Water Resources
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For more on the symposium and award ceremony see here.
For more on the 2015 GLASA Awards see here.
In preparation for the 2015 GLASA Award and Global Symposium, GLASA commissioned The Sustainable Business Group to provide and conduct and analysis regarding how water demand and scarcity will affect the apparel sector. You can access this here.
For more on China Water Risk’s work & research in the textile sector see here.