From droughts to floods, water-related risk is an urgent business issue.
Freshwater is the lifeblood of business, but it often takes a backseat to carbon when it comes to sustainability action — a move that not only multiplies risk but also compromises organizations’ ability to mitigate and adapt to climate change, tackle biodiversity loss and make progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
It’s time to address water risks head on.
Join us on March 16th for a live webinar ahead of the 2023 UN Water Conference in New York to learn about the practical steps businesses can take to shape an effective and integrated water stewardship strategy that builds value chain resilience, contributes to global water security, sparks innovation and accelerates progress on other environmental goals.
We’ll be joined by experts from Tetra Pak and IFFCO, who will describe how they’ve anchored water as a key environmental and social priority in their sustainability agendas and share some lessons they’ve learned along the way.
A few key items on the agenda include how to:
- Get water-related issues on the top of the C-Suite’s agenda
- Identify and assess water-related impacts and dependencies
- Create partnerships with site-level actors to support water action
Watch the recording:
Corporate Environmental Performance Manager
Global Water Lead
Senior Sustainability Consultant, Water