Devastating floods, raging forest fires, shrinking glaciers, dying forests: we have experienced these in British Columbia in recent years, and climate change takes a good part of the blame. The water industry can help respond to climate change and contribute towards environmental conservation. The WaterStars™ Rating program recognizes individuals and companies who build the capabilities of the water industry and who support progress towards sustainability.
Can you answer Yes to one of these questions:
If you answered Yes, you may be eligible for nomination as a WaterStar.
For more information send an email to Info@CanadianWater.Directory
The WaterStars™Rating system is based on a simple self-assessment questionnaire, which refers to best environmental practices.
If your company has a WaterStars™ Rating (*1) it means you care. It means you are aware of the challenges facing the world, and you want to take positive action. Do it today!
Could governments and firms risk being
successfully sued if they don't cut their emission. Environmental lawyers are questioning: should events like Harvey still be referred to as "Acts of God" or "Natural Disasters" as they are made worse by emissions of fossil fuels. See this BBC article.
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