Coca-Cola’s water stewardship efforts have involved building capacity internally and partnering with a host of external organisations.

“About 12 years ago we conducted a detailed qualitative and quantitative comprehensive risk assessment at the plant level,” explains Greg Koch, senior director of global water stewardship at Coca-Cola. The study, he says, brought awareness and made a strong business case for mitigating the risks.

The next step was to...

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