Water risks present a complex challenge for businesses, but there are best practices for supporting SDG6 and its vision of clean water supplies for all.
On November 28th the UN General Assembly Second Committee adopted by consensus a resolution calling for a midterm review of the Water Action Decade in 2023.
An open letter to the High-level Political Forum for Sustainable Development from multi-stakeholder representatives of the water and development community, calling on the UN system and governments to build resilience through urgent action on water.
This blog provides an overview of the plans and initiatives that Brazil is implementing towards its climate pledge, and presents some measures that Brazilian companies are taking to adapt to water-related impacts of climate change.
The SDGs do not create more work or obligations for companies in their water-related efforts. If anything, they can help businesses and many others be more impactful with their ongoing water sustainability efforts.
As of 2015, 29 percent of the world population did not have access to safely managed drinking water and 61 percent did not have access to a safely managed sanitation service.
Tien Shiao co-authored this piece with: Morgan Gillespy (CDP) Alexis Morgan (WWF International) Paul Reig (World Resources Institute), and Kari Vigerstol (The Nature Conservancy) Water-related business risks are becoming more …
At The Coca-Cola Company, our water stewardship strategy takes us out of direct operations (our bottling and other manufacturing plants) to communities and the watersheds we all share. Over the …