Mazars Global Water Risk Survey
To celebrate the world water day, Mazars is glad to share the key results of the latest Mazars global water survey, focusing on the global water risks.
Mazars Global Water risk survey
Conducted at the beginning of the year 2018, with the support of YouGov, an international market research company, our survey was conducted in seven countries worldwide (France, United Kingdom, China, Spain, Germany, India, and United States of America). Our survey sample represents some of the major economies or entities facing important water challenges.
A growing number of stakeholders are becoming more and more sensitive to water risks, largely as a result of media coverage of some of the water related events that have affected lives of millions in the last few years or simply because of concerns that demand for this critical resource is under tremendous pressure due to an ever increasing population.
The corporate world itself is more and more exposed to the water risks, and yet one rarely hear or read about this risk being assessed and managed by corporations, with the exceptions of some leading fortune 500 organizations.
Mazars, active water stakeholder & Business. For Good ™
As an active stakeholder in the global water management cause, as well as in the sustainable development cause, Mazars wish to take the initiative and herein contribute to the discussion of water as a business risk, as well as its assessment, materiality, and reporting. Mazars’ water engagement is also part of the Mazars Business. For Good ™ initiative.
Key findings in the survey include:
- A growing consensus that the global water risk is critical today, and the impact is real and immediate
- Efficient communication and reporting systems or standards are an obvious must, but it is not sufficient in today’s business world
- Identification of key drivers and tools for a better water risk management
Please download the 2018 Global Water Risk Survey below.
You’ll also find the detailed study in sector, client size and country perspective in our following edition.
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Water is the most critical resource and its management is the fundamental challenge of our planet and its population in the 21st century as global demand will soar and supplies will become at least regionally scarcer. The challenge is global and it will affect every single individual and company in some fashion in the next 20 to 30 years.