Water matters: Insights for the UK’s universities sector

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Think for a minute… What would happen if there was a shortage of water across your campus? Within a couple of hours, facilities and administrative teams are under pressure to find solutions.

Read the report to discover where to begin with your university’s journey towards operational water resilience and how to benefit more from water data.

In ten minutes, you’ll discover…

  • Why water is fast becoming the biggest environmental and economic risk to your estate.
  • How boosting water stewardship will help to unlock progress towards all of your sustainability targets.
  • Where to begin with your university’s journey towards operational water resilience.
  • How to benefit more from water data.
  • The importance of educating future generations on safeguarding critical water supplies.

Stakeholders across the board, from students to investors, are turning their attention to water stewardship, with increasing scrutiny as climate change accelerates water-related risks.

Download the report to get proactive on water.

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