Water scarcity and availability poses major risk to socio-economic development and the environment. To the private sector, water scarcity translates directly into a reputational, regulatory, and financial risk, with major implications on their operations and supply chains. As a result, many companies have started to adopted innovations to manage their water risks. However, there is little understanding on the efficacy of such interventions, and whether the benefits of better water management extend beyond the specific business operations. This project is exploring the nature of green innovations that have been taken up by the private sector, and the extend to which they benefit the broader landscape as a whole.