water management

Canadian Water Summit

Opportunities for Designing Our Water Future
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) May 17, 2011 - The first-of-its-kind conference in Canada, The Canadian Water Summit will fulfill the need for idea exchange and collaboration between diverse stakeholders at the forefront of shaping Canada’s sustainable water future. Held at The International Centre in Toronto on June 14, 2011, the Summit is a unique forum for preparing Canada to overcome water-related challenges by facilitating solutions-oriented partnerships between business, government and civil society and by showcasing success stories in sustainable water management.

As Water Scarcity Risks Grow, Investors Persuade Electric Utilities to Disclose Water Management Plans

Press Release

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Boston - March 23, 2011 - In response to shareholder requests, three leading electric utilities, Dominion, Southern Company and PPL Corporation, have agreed to significantly expand reporting and disclosure on water availability risks and plans for mitigating those risks.

Cenovus sponsors and participates in workshop about water use in the oil sands

Conversation at Christina Lake
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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) December 17, 2010 - On November 23-25, 2010, young leaders from across Canada participated in a three-day workshop sponsored by Cenovus about water use in the oil sands. The workshop, called "Drilling in the Oil Sands: Water Usage, Development & Innovation," was organized by Waterlution, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating dialogue around water use in Canada.

Water workshop participants will tour Cenovus's Christina Lake project

Application deadline October 29
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Participants of a three-day workshop called “Drilling in the Oil Sands: Water Usage, Development & Innovation” will tour Cenovus's Christina Lake project on November 24.  The workshop is presented by Waterlution, an organization dedicated to encouraging conversation about water. Participants will get a first-hand experience of water management, technology and innovation in the Alberta oil sands region. Applications are currently being accepted.  Canadians, ages 20-35, who are interested in water topics can apply before the Friday, October 29 deadline.  Learn more on Waterlution’s website.

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Participants of a three-day workshop called “Drilling in the Oil Sands: Water Usage, Development & Innovation” will tour Cenovus's Christina Lake project on November 24.  The workshop is presented by Waterlution, an organization dedicated to encouraging conversation about water. Participants will get a first-hand experience of water management, technology and innovation in the Alberta oil sands region. Applications are currently being accepted.  Canadians, ages 20-35, who are interested in water topics can apply before the Friday, October 29 deadline.  Learn more on Waterlution’s website.

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