2019 was a critical year for climate and water. Major events – from hurricanes to droughts and brushfires – highlight that climate’s impacts are being felt now and that the world needs to take action to build resilience while also accelerating action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The CEO Water Mandate Secretariat welcomes Cargill as the latest company to join the Water Security through Stewardship Action Platform!
An interview with Naty Barak offers insights about the challenges facing our food and agriculture systems and how the future of food security depends on precision agriculture.
Not having grown up in California, when I moved to Fresno two years ago to take my current position as Global Head of Sustainability for Olam Spices, I was both surprised and thrilled when I learned that my new home – the Central Valley of California – is one of the world’s most productive agriculture regions.
Netafim, an endorser since 2008, successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2019.
Cargill joins a diverse, global community of over 150 companies that have made a commitment to advancing water stewardship.
Mexichem joins a diverse, global community of over 150 companies that have made a commitment to advancing water stewardship.
Syngenta International AG successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2019.
Climate change poses severe threats and negative impacts to agricultural production in Brazil and around the world. However, emerging water stewardship practices can be a critical force in mitigating and adapting to these impacts.
General Mills has partnered with The Nature Conservancy to address water challenges in the Ganges River Basin, as part of the company’s ambition to “champion the development of water stewardship plans in our most material and at-risk watersheds by 2025.”