COP26 - WHAT NOW?

November 18, 2021
COP26 has come and gone. The circus has packed up and left town, leaders and activists from Boris Johnson to Greta Thunberg have shared their words. In its wake, over 140 countries have committed to net zero goals, covering 90% of global emissions. But will our governments s...
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The final countdown is on for COP26, described as ‘the world’s best last chance to get runaway climate change under control’. With just days to go ahead of the October 31st start date the final events and panels are being added to the Green Zone agenda. We are del...
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Adapting the management of natural resources is an urgent matter and one that needs careful consideration. To many people who live in developed nations, water scarcity may not be of much concern. However, it is not an exaggeration to say that life revolves around water, and ...
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It is well documented that one of the major barriers to development is gender inequality. What is less well documented are the female entrepreneurs working to create sustainable solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems in development. These powerful advocates of e...
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In this fast-paced, consumer-driven world, we rarely take the time to talk about sewage and waste, simply because it doesn’t make for ‘polite’ conversation. So, ahead of Compost Week, we at Water Unite want to take the time to address the elephant sized pile of waste i...
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Water Unite Impact Investment Vehicle, a partnership between Water Unite and Wellers Impact, is pleased to announce the closing of its first transaction, an investment into the Kenyan sanitation developer Sanivation Ltd (“Sanivation”). The Water Unite Impact  Invest...
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Jonathan Hall, Managing Partner, Sustainable Transformation Practice at Kantar, chats to Water Unite on how consumers are looking to retailers, businesses and governments to 'do the right thing', and how this can be done in a commercial way. Key Take Outs:Consumers expect b...
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By Chris Sellers (CEO)  Originally posted on LinkedIn: A consumer segment has emerged in the last decade that is not defined by the usual metrics of age, race, gender or even economic class. Rather by their concern for society, the environment and their fellow humankind...
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2021 - THE GREAT RESET?

January 15, 2021
Our Chair, Lord Malcolm Bruce, former Chair of the Parliamentary Select Committee on International Development, discusses the role Water Unite has in Build Back Better in a Post-Covid world. Key Take Outs:Successful businesses are adaptableTackling the climate & rebuilding t...
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2020 IN REVIEW

December 17, 2020
Duncan Goose, our Founder, has taken a look back at Water Unite's year in 2020 in our new film."2020 has been a really interesting year for lots of reasons, not least because of all the COVID impact, but from a Water Unite perspective, I think there's been some fantastic pro...
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