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Drinking It In: The Evolution of a Global Water Stewardship Program at The Coca-Cola Company

This report explores the role of the private sector in responsible management of global water resources by providing an overview of the development and implementation of The Coca-Cola Company’s (TCCC) global water stewardship program. By summarizing the journey of TCCC over
five years, this report aims to demonstrate how companies can be proactively involved in water
management along their supply chains and within the walls of their own facilities. This report profiles one company’s experience in advancing an integrated water strategy throughout its global operations and across the many networks in which it participates. It provides a brief review of the parameters of TCCC’s commitments and highlights the complexity of true water stewardship.

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Date Of Record Release 2009-10-20 14:38:35
Description This report explores the role of the private sector in responsible management of global water resources by providing an overview of the development and implementation of The Coca-Cola Company’s (TCCC) global water stewardship program. By summarizing the journey of TCCC over
five years, this report aims to demonstrate how companies can be proactively involved in water
management along their supply chains and within the walls of their own facilities. This report profiles one company’s experience in advancing an integrated water strategy throughout its global operations and across the many networks in which it participates. It provides a brief review of the parameters of TCCC’s commitments and highlights the complexity of true water stewardship.
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Source Business for Social Responsibility
Keyword Water
Selector Rowe
Date Of Record Creation 2009-10-20 14:33:19
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Date Last Modified 2009-11-05 17:40:55
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-10-20 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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