The White House Water Summit, which coincides with World Water Day on March 22, featured panel discussions and invited speakers from the public and private sectors to raise awareness of priority water issues in the U.S. and to catalyze ideas and actions to help build a sustainable and secure water future.
Many companies made targeted commitments on water stewardship plans and said water stewardship commitments are another way to address business risk created by climate change.
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