A new series from the Water Resilience Coalition highlights how innovative leadership inspires collective action. In this first installment, Ecolab’s Doug Baker outlines the importance of collective action on the world’s escalating freshwater crisis.
The end of the year is often a time for resolutions and reflections. Especially in 2020 – a year that has caused us to change our behavior, examine our priorities and think deeply about our world’s challenges and how we can address them.
It will cost four times as much to restore landscapes once they’re lost than to preserve them. That’s why we need to act immediately to protect the Mississippi’s headwaters, which are still 60% forested.
Ecolab, an endorser since 2012, successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2020.
Did you know that the Paris Climate Agreement doesn’t mention water at all? It’s true, and it’s strange, because climate change and water scarcity are two global problems that are connected very closely.
Ecolab, an endorser since 2012, successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2019.
The Navigator is a completely free online tool that offers a roadmap for businesses to take a holistic approach to water management. It is supported by a practical guide to smart, sustainable water practices at the facility level the helps companies advance along a “Water Maturity Curve.”
Ecolab Inc. successfully submitted their CEO Water Mandate Communication on Progress (COP) document for 2018.
Ecolab has achieved Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) certification at its two manufacturing facilities in California, in Carson and City of Industry.
By the year 2030, water demand is expected to exceed sustainable supply by 40 percent, but only 42 percent of respondents from a recent survey conducted by Ecolab and GreenBiz Group cited water management as a strategic corporate initiative.