Country Benchmarking: Climate Change Recalibrates the Water Industry in Asia-PacificA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Extreme Weather Conditions Renew Cooperation between Water Companies and Governments

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This research service focuses on the current practices of countries in Asia-Pacific in fighting climate change with respect to the water industry. Some of the most prevalent issues in climate change are intense rainfall that causes severe flooding, and extreme dry weather or drought. In both extremities, the water industry is affected. This study determines the expansion potential of the water industry in Asia-Pacific, at the holistic level and at the level that looks at possible opportunities which are narrowed to withstand climate change. The analysis resulted in a grouping of three broad clusters of Asia-Pacific countries for the water industry in relation to climate change.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Key TakeawaysIntroductionDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Benchmarking CriteriaClimate ChangeClimate Change Adaptation and MitigationImpacts of Climate ChangeImpacts of Climate Change—Extreme WeatherImpacts of Climate Change—AgricultureMega Trends—Water Resources and ConsumptionMega Trends—Water Resources and Consumption (continued)Relation of Carbon Emissions with EconomyInstitutional FrameworkStakeholders and CustomersStakeholders and Customers (continued)Market Opportunities for Climate Change MitigationMarket Opportunities for Climate Change Mitigation—Convergence of ICT and Water IndustryTechnologies for Climate ChangeBest Practice—MetawaterBest Practice—NARO Water WheelBest Practice—The Four Major Rivers Restoration Project Best Practice—SMART TunnelBest Practice—Meiden Singapore PlantAustraliaEvolution of Climate Change Policies in AustraliaThe Direct Action PlanMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationChinaCommitment to Sustainability in ChinaFive-Year Plan To Combat Climate ChangeMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationIndiaNational Action Plan on Climate Change in IndiaMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationIndonesiaClimate Change Sectoral Roadmap (ICCSR) in IndonesiaIndonesia Climate Trust Fund Indonesia Climate Trust Fund (continued)Market Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationJapanGreenhouse Gases Reduction Initiatives in JapanRegulatory Landscape and Financing EffortsRegulatory Landscape and Financing Efforts (continued)Market Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationsMalaysiaClimate Change Policy in MalaysiaGreen BusinessMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationNew ZealandClimate Change Policy in New ZealandMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationSingaporeNational Climate Change Strategy in SingaporeMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationKey Takeaway and Implication (continued)South KoreaClimate Change Drives Environmentalism in South KoreaNational Strategy for Green Growth in South KoreaMarket Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationThailandClimate Change Master Plan (2012–2050) in ThailandClimate Change Master Plan (2012–2050) in Thailand (continued)Market Opportunities for Water IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationBenchmarking Analysis and ConclusionsMarket PrioritizationMarket Prioritization (continued)ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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