Assess   -   Introduction

ASSESS

In this section you can assess your water risks across your operations, supply chain and investments with the following key steps

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THE STEPS TO FOLLOW

To enter the ASSESS section you should first login. If you still don’t have one, here you can create an account, it takes only 1min, and it’s free!

To enter the ASSESS section you should first login. If you still don’t have one, here you can create an account, it takes only 1min, and it’s free!

Once logged-in, it’s in the PORTFOLIO MANAGER that you can add and/or edit the companies, groups, and sites in your portfolio. It’s also from the PORTFOLIO MANAGER that you can select specific companies, groups, or sites to proceed to analyse risk

Complete online a short or detailed questionnaire to assess operational water risks, i.e., risks related to site’s performance and impacts

In the ANALYSE RISK tab you can visualise the water risks of your selected company, group, or single sites. You can choose to displayed it in maps, charts, and tables, and of course, you can also export results to excel

In the ANALYSE RISK tab you can visualise the water risks of your selected company, group, or single sites. You can choose to displayed it in maps, charts, and tables, and of course, you can also export results to excel

This is optional, but highly recommended as water and biodiversity risk assessments are complementary

NEED SOME HELP?

Please make sure to first check our Tutorial (coming soon), all FAQs and the Data & Methods. If you still need help, don’t hesitate to contact us.

"How To" Tutorial

WANT TO PARTNER WITH WWF?

We at WWF are happy to partner with companies and financial institutions willing to engage in market transformation. If you are interested to work with us, please get in touch.

FAQs

Yes, the WWF Water Risk Filter Team can provide support, ranging from advice on the use of the tool to more tailored expert support for partners. 

By partnering with WWF, we can support your organization in better understanding your water risks, provide guidance for your water stewardship strategy and targets and help you implement on-the-ground actions. If you are interested in our tailored expert support, please get in touch.

For basic support, please make sure to first check our tutorial. If you still need help, don’t hesitate to contact us.

The WWF Water Risk Filter (WRF) is unique in its ability to assess both basin and operational risks.  

By entering information in Portfolio Manager on the location and industry of your sites, the tool will automatically assess basin risk based on its 32 basin indicators and default industry weightings.

By completing a site-level (short or detailed) operational questionnaire directly online in Assess Operational Risk or offline to perform a bulk upload in Portfolio Manager, the tool will automatically assess operational risks.

Start managing your data.

The Water Risk Filter has global datasets as well as higher resolution datasets for some specific regions (i.e. Mekong, Europe) and countries (i.e. Brazil, Colombia, Spain, Hungary, Great Britain, South Africa) for conducting basin risk assessment at a finer scale. 

However, the Regional and Country datasets can only be used when all sites in your selected company or group are located in one of the specific regions or countries listed above. The reason is that one should not compare risk scores derived from different datasets as, most times, indicators are not fully comparable.

For more details about the Water Risk Filter global, regional and country-level datasets as well as the tool's risk assessment framework, please check the Data & Methods page.

 

WWF is the administrator of the Water Risk Filter tool. At WWF, we take data security very seriously.   

For more information about your stored personal and company data, please read the WWF Water Risk Filter Privacy Policy and Terms of Use available online.

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