With water being a critical part of the beer making process, ABInBev takes charge of reducing its Water footprint in a changing world where water demand may soon overtake supply.
With water scarcity worsening, ABInBev still uses more than 32 liters of water for every 1 liter of beer it produces. Is the company doing enough to mitigate the risk of increased water scarcity caused by climate change?
The “deceptive abundance” of water makes it an especially interesting litmus test for evaluating companies and their commitment to long-term sustainability. PepsiCo is an example of a company that has taken early steps to mitigate the risks of global water scarcity to its supply chain and business strategy more broadly.
Water tables in emerging markets are dropping at alarming rates. What will corporations do about it?
Should a coal mine be concerned about climate change? The answer seems obvious; climate change seems bad for business. But in the case of Cerrejón, South America’s largest open-pit coal mine, to get to the full extent of their problems you must dig deeper.
Levi Strauss is a pioneer in institutionalizing sustainability to insulate its supply chain from the impacts of climate change.
Coca-Cola claims to have attained water neutrality, but are communities truly reaping the benefits?
Nestlé’s struggle to balance conserving water with maintaining a necessary level of control and access to water supply
Will a fast fashion giant save the apparel industry from the effects of climate change?
Water is the single most important resource to mankind