The CEO Water Mandate is a commitment platform for business leaders and learners to advance water stewardship. Endorsing companies commit to action across six key elements and report annually on progress.
To declare your commitment to stewardship and join the community of stewardship practitioners, click the button below.
- Attend Mandate events and webinars
- Demonstrate your commitment to internal and external stakeholders
- Keep abreast of water stewardship engagement opportunities
The CEO Water Mandate welcomes companies of all sizes and from all sectors, from all parts of the world, and at all stages of the water stewardship journey.
Aldemir Bendine, Chief Executive Officer, Banco do Brasil
Jouko Karvinen, CEO, Stora Enso
Ajit Gulabchand, Chairman & Managing Director, Hindustan Construction Company Ltd.
Kenneth C. Frazier, Chief Executive Officer, Merck
David Constable, Chief Executive Officer, Sasol
Paul Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, Diageo
Peter Swinburn, President & CEO, Molson Coors
Sunny Verghese, Chief Executive Officer, Olam
Mark Armour, Chief Financial Officer, Reed Elsevier
David Pyott, Chief Executive Officer, Allergan
Dr. Marijn E. Dekkers, Chief Executive Officer, Bayer
Juan Guillermo Londono Posada, Chief Executive Office, Celsia
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements for the annual Communication on Progress reports?
Mandate endorsing companies have quite a bit of flexibility in how they report progress. The only requirements is that they speak toward their progress against all six commitment areas: 1) Direct Operations, 2) Supply Chain & Watershed Management, 3) Collective Action, 4) Public Policy, 5) Community Engagement, and 6) Transparency. Companies are encouraged to use the Mandate’s Corporate Water Disclosure Guidelines as a guiding framework for their reporting. Companies are also welcome to submit their CDP Water Questionnaire to fully meet their reporting requirement for the Mandate.
What if my company is not currently a signatory of the UN Global Compact?
New endorsing companies are given a one-year grace period to become signatories of the UN Global Compact. After that, they will be removed as Mandate endorsers. To learn more about becoming a UN Global Compact signatory, go to: https://www.unglobalcompact.org/participation