AB InBev’s climate change challenges, and the innovative initiatives to combat them.
Climate change is having a major impact on water supply across the world by increasing the rate of evaporation and modifying the pattern of precipitation which is reducing the quality of the water supply. Higher temperatures also translate into an […]
Is San Diego Water Authority’s new, huge desalination plant a breakthrough response to climate change or a repetition of the same mistakes that prevented us from stopping climate change in the first place?
Promoting sustainability throughout the supply chain begins with going straight to the source to assess environmental and social impacts. As the demand for water continues to increase around the world, and as water becomes scarcer and the quality of available water deteriorates companies like Coca Cola will be more and more affected by the problem.
A pair of jeans – from its days as a cotton seed to its drop-off at Goodwill – can use nearly 3,800 liters of water. Can the Levi Strauss Water<Less process help reduce this consumption?
Water tables in emerging markets are dropping at alarming rates. What will corporations do about it?
Life is tough, it would be tougher without beer! Save the planet!!
Taiwan may be an island nation with 3.4x global average rainfall, but climate change-driven water shortages threaten to disrupt its biggest industry: semiconductor manufacturing.
While developed world countries are largely responsible for the behaviours that bring about climate change, the effects can be felt most severely in the developing world
When Coca-Cola lost significant business in India in 2004 due to a local water shortage, they quickly realized how dire this global climate change situation could be and jumped into action. Now in 2016, we see what astounding progress they have made, but there is still more to be done.