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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Lyana Babaeva
Strategic Water Management as an Element of Sustainable Development of International Companies
World Economy
(Master’s programme)
This graduation work consists of 75 pages, 2 tables, 4 figures and 1 annex. In this study 67 sources were used.

Key words: water footprint; corporate sustainable development, water resources management.

The object of this study is sustainable business development and water resources management is the subject.

The purpose of this graduation work is to define strategic management of water resources as an element of sustainable development of international companies.

The structure of this paper includes an introduction, three chapters with eight paragraphs and a conclusion.

In this study, the water footprint and rational water use concepts in the activities of international organizations and companies are considered. Also it looks into analysis of water resources accounting in business. The research investigates features of corporate strategic management of water resources of C&A company.

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