Today there are 2.3 billion people living in water-stressed areas around the world and the impacts of climate change are causing increased strain on this precious natural resource – further threatening the environment and livelihoods.
Corporate water stewardship is vital to the preservation of water and a considerable number of companies are making the commitment to go beyond “doing less harm” and instead deliver Net Positive Water Impact. But what does that mean in practice?
Join the Water Resilience Coalition, Keurig Dr Pepper, The Nature Conservancy, and Cargill for a discussion with Val Fishman of Common Good Water, about the need for collective action and ambitious, quantifiable commitments to create meaningful impact.
- How water risks impact business and the opportunities for corporations to contribute to global water security
- What Net Water Positive Impact means and why it’s the future of water stewardship
- The opportunities and challenges in driving towards Net Positive Water Impact and why rigorous metrics and measurement are critical
- The importance of collective and localized action to positively impact communities throughout the value chain
Can’t join in real time? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording!