More companies are improving their water processes and using innovative new tools to do so.
Learning from Israel's leadership.
More and more, it's a matter of social equity.
For companies to succeed as water stewards, they need a new generation of targets based on local context and guided by the best available science.
The beverage and food giant aims to restore 600,000 cubic meters of aquifer lands with the help of the Nature Conservancy.
Americans dispose of about 12.8 million tons of textiles annually — 80 pounds for each man, woman and child.
Kraft Heinz, Dean Foods, Tyson Foods, Monster Beverage, Fresh Del Monte Produce and 10 other large companies were taken to task for poor water management and disclosure practices.
Can the beverage giant really have a zero water footprint?
While saving water does save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there are other benefits, too.
Advancements in weather forecasting could be a powerful and cheap path to stretching water supplies.