Water News

Carlsberg turns to thermal solar tech to meet water stewardship ambitions


Multinational brewer Carlsberg Group has revealed that it is investing in the world's first solar thermal water purification facility, in India, as part of its work with WaterAid.

Report: Only 1% of global climate finance helps water-stressed communities


Of the $73bn of international climate funding provided in 2018, less than 1% was allocated to help the world's poorest people access water and sanitation, a major new report from WaterAid reveals.

P&G and Electrolux among corporate members of major new water security alliance


Businesses including Procter & Gamble (P&G), Electrolux and Suez have joined a new initiative aimed at uniting the private, public and third sectors with policymakers in a collective drive to tackle water scarcity.

Microsoft to become water positive by 2030


Microsoft has built on its ambitious emissions reduction targets by committing to becoming a "water positive" business by 2030, pledging to replenish more water than it uses.

Fashion sector failing to act on water pollution


The fashion sector is ignoring the risks and opportunities of acting to improve water security with a new report from CDP finding that disclosure within the sector is poor and that companies, despite businesses reporting more than $180m in business opportunities by reducing water pollution.
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