BusinessH2O Water Innovation Initiative

Founded in 2016, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Business H2O Water Innovation Initiative is a flagship program that brings together business leaders, government stakeholders, and water management experts to discuss cutting edge innovations in corporate water stewardship, solutions in natural resource management, and public policies to address the changing and growing demand for water across the world.

BusinessH2O is the premiere convening platform for stakeholders at the city, state, federal, and international level to discuss new ways to advance adoption of innovative water technology and build networks for collaboration.

Initiative Objectives

  • SHARE EXPERIENCE: Showcase best practices and case studies in corporate water stewardship and technology implementation from around the world
  • HIGHLIGHT TECHNOLOGY: Bring attention to technology that helps business efficiently manage water use
  • DEVELOP SOLUTIONS: Advance policy ideas and industry solutions to manage limited water resources
  • ENGAGE THE PRIVATE SECTOR: Promote the idea of water as a driver of economic growth and the need for the business community to lead on these issues

 


The U.S. Chamber hosts a range of regional conferences across the United States that convene state and local governments, academia, water utilities, and business leaders to discuss issues related to water governance, investment, technology, and stewardship. In 2019, BusinessH2O's regional conference will take place on September 12 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

International Roundtable

On October 30, 2019, the US Chamber will host a forum in Washington, DC to bring together companies, U.S. and foreign government officials, and multinational organizations, to focus on publicprivate solutions to expand global water security.

 

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