Global Water Summit encourages dialogue between sectors focused on actions

While navigating between Manaus and Parintins, in Amazonas, the Global Water Summit aims at contributing to the agenda of the 8th World Water
Forum, to be held in March 2018, in Brasília.

Water and the lack of social engagement

Brazil has always lived a water-rich culture, especially considering that the country holds 13% of the world’s freshwater supply, which is unevenly distributed. On top of that, there is mismanagement causing an impressive 37% of overall waste in the distribution of potable water.



CEBDS is a non-profit civil association that promotes sustainable development for companies that operate in Brazil by interacting with governments and civil society, in addition to divulging the most modern concepts and practices pertaining to the theme. Check the video!

Opportunities and Challenges of the Brazilian NDC commitments for the business sector

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CEO Guide to the Circular Economy

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CEO Guide to the SDGs

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The Social Capital Protocol

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