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Business giants including Coca-Cola pledge to deliver 'net-positive' water impact

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The chief executives of 11 large corporations, including The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft and AB InBev, have signed a new joint commitment to have a net-positive impact on water resources throughout their supply chains and operations.

Members of the new Coalition will be assisted to prioritise already water-stressed regions in their supply chains

Orchestrated by the UN Global Compact (UNGC) under its CEO Water Mandate, the newly unveiled Water Resilience Coalition aims to elevate water stress within the corporate agenda and unify businesses in preserving the world’s freshwater resources.

In order to join the Coalition, executives must pledge to deliver a measurable net-positive impact on water resources through to 2050, across all water-stressed basins and regions in their supply chains and direct operations.

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