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Taking Water Stewardship to the Next Level

Taking Water Stewardship to the Next Level

Thursday, 9 March 2023
12:00pm EDT / 9:00am PDT / 5:00pm BST / 6:00pm CEST
Sponsored By
Philip Morris International
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In 2030, few of us will need a driverless car or reusable space rocket, but every household and every enterprise will need sustainably managed water and sanitation services to survive and thrive.

Join us for an interactive dialogue among companies addressing some of our most common questions and collective challenges and opportunities regarding water stewardship. We'll discuss what water stewardship is, what comes next on companies' water stewardship journeys, the ecosystem of organizations recognized as water stewards and how they relate to one another, as well as tools to take your water stewardship to the next level—such as the Alliance for Water Stewardship Standard. On the eve of World Water Day on 22 March and the United Nations Water Conference in New York City, you’ll have a chance to dialog with other companies, build knowledge and capacity, share best practices, and connect to the themes of the forthcoming UN Water Action Agenda.

What You Will Learn:

  • How to create dialogue with other companies regarding water stewardship
  • How to build your company’s knowledge and capacity for water stewardship
  • Best practices in water stewardship
  • The themes of the forthcoming UN Water Action Agenda

Can’t join in real time? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording!

Speakers

Scott McCready
Chief Strategy Officer
Alliance for Water Stewardship

Head of corporate consolidation projects leading development of new corporate management view for financial and non-financial reporting disclosure, member of Value Balancing Alliance organization with objectives to incorporate the new developed standards and guidance into PMI business steering. Doctorate candidate at the University of Plymouth, UK working on research thesis related to the impact of corporate governance on product environmental footprint.

Gianluca Capodimonte
Head of Environmental & Occupational Sustainability
Philip Morris International

Gianluca Capodimonte joined Philip Morris International (PMI) in 2003, starting his journey in environmental sustainability shortly thereafter as Environmental Health & Safety Manager in the Italian affiliate. In 2011, he moved to the Environmental Health & Safety central function in Switzerland, where he oversaw safety and leadership programs for manufacturing, office and fleet organizations. In 2014, Capodimonte became the Environmental Health & Safety Manager for Europe, responsible for over 11 manufacturing centers and 25 markets. Since October 2018, Capodimonte has been the Head of Environmental & Occupational Health Sustainability for PMI’s Global Manufacturing Centers, where he implements environmental programs for energy efficiency, waste reduction, carbon neutrality, and water preservation and efficiency. The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) is the cornerstone of PMI’s water strategy in manufacturing, and since 2018, the company has worked to expand the number of AWS-certified sites, supported by a growing internal network Environmental Health & Safety professionals certified according to this standard.

Mickaël Clément
Water Stewardship & Stakeholder Engagement Lead
Nestlé Waters

Mickaël Clément leads water stewardship and stakeholder engagement at Nestlé Waters & Beverages. Through this position, he contributes to building the water stewardship strategy and roadmap and to providing support to Nestlé’ Zones and Markets. This covers the “Water pledge” (supporting the regeneration of local water cycle around all the operations by 2025), Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) certification in all sites by 2025, stakeholder engagement at corporate level, biodiversity. He also plays a role at the technical committee of AWS, as co-chair. Before joining Nestlé in 2019, he worked for 20 years as a consultant on sustainability and public affairs (sectors: mining, energy, shipping, FMCG companies, utilities, banking), with a specific practice on societal trends and relationships between private sectors and civil society organizations. He is currently based in Paris, France.

Emilio Tenuta
Senior Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer
Ecolab

Emilio Tenuta is senior vice president of Corporate Sustainability and chief sustainability officer for Ecolab. For the past 11 years, he has led Ecolab’s strategic sustainability journey and is actively involved in advancing global sustainability practices, with a significant focus on water stewardship and climate action. In recent years, he’s become a leader in environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and reporting. Partnering with investor relations and Ecolab’s Chief Executive Officer, Tenuta has advanced Ecolab’s reputation as an ESG leading company. He is chair of the board of directors of the World Environment Center, a global non-profit, non-advocacy organization. Emilio is also on the leadership council of the Corporate Eco Forum.