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Sustainable Water Use the Focus of This Year’s Water Week

Written by on August 31st, 2015 // Filed under QuickHits Blog

Development Done With Sustainable Water Use the Hope for a Prosperous Future

SIWI_AllardPPCquickHitsSTOCKHOLM — Water has always been a precious resource, necessary for life and huge factor when it comes to human recreation, but in recent years this fact is more and more on the minds of everyone. With increasing pressure on the world’s water resources in the face of climate change and a growing human population, it’s important for businesses and the marketers who promote them to keep sustainable water use in mind.

While all aspects of water use and conservation were on tap during Water Week, sustainable water use in development was center stage. Water Week is hosted annually by the Stockholm International Water Institute, a Stockholm-based policy institute founded in 1991 that generates knowledge and informs decision-making towards water wise policy.

During the week, experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today.

While the focus was on sustainable development, the winning idea for water conservation to come out of the weeklong conference is veganism. It’s no secret that a pound of beef uses more water than a pound of grains, seeds or vegetables, but the numbers are staggering; it takes more than 5,000 gallons of water to produce on pound of beef.

Veganism may not be for everyone, but everyone can take steps to reduce their meat consumption, maybe having “meatless Mondays” or opting for meatless meals a few times a week.

At Allard PPC, we support these efforts to be good stewards of the resources of our planet. Clearly, such a stance is not only an investment in our business but in the future prosperity of humanity. For that reason, we encourage our clients to conduct business as sustainably as possible. At a time when consumers are becoming more and more cognizant of these problems, it makes good business sense and good sense in general.

At Allard PPC, we take seriously the role of trusted partner with your business. We consult on emerging best practices in web marketing to keep you on a proactive footing and have your back if you ever need us.