This report analyzes corporate sustainability and corporate social responsibility reports from 139 of the largest companies in 11 water-intensive industry sectors. Based on this analysis, the report identifies several patterns and gaps in corporate water reporting, and offers recommendations for how corporate water reporting can be made more effective and valuable to corporations and other stakeholders.
In Tanzania, between Moshi and Arusha, you come across a small town called Usa River, which is situated on the banks of its namesake: the Usa River, a tributary of the Kikuletwa and then eventually Pangani River.
There is broad recognition that adapting to climate change, coupled with the need to address aging infrastructure, population growth, and degraded ecosystems, will require rethinking programs and policies and investing in our natural and built water systems.
Pressures on water resources are intensifying due to aging infrastructure, population growth, and climate change, among other factors. With vast expanses of water-intensive turf grass and large impervious surfaces, most urbanized communities are ill-adapted to these pressures.