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Where To Turn For Help On Corporate Water Projects

Date: 01 July 2013

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Executive Summary

As the effects of climate change, population growth and rapid industrialization become evident across the globe, freshwater scarcity poses increasing business risks for water-dependent firms. This report reviews firms’ strategic and operational water management risks, the types of tools and consulting available to meet those challenges, and offers recommendations for firms seeking help on water projects based the capabilities of sustainability consultancies. Using data from the Verdantix Green Quadrant Sustainability Consulting (US) 2013 fact base, this report supports CSOs, COOs and heads of business units when they select water management tools and services.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHERE TO TURN FOR HELP ON CORPORATE WATER PROJECTS
Water Management Is An Operational Challenge
Sustainability Consultancies Demonstrate Expertise In Water Management
Available Resources For Corporate Water Projects

ORGANISATIONS MENTIONED

AECOM, Akzo Nobel, Alex Energy, Allergan, American Eagle Outfitters, Anglo American, Areva, AT Kearney, BASF, Bayer, Bestseller A/S, BSR, Burberry, CDP, CH2M HILL, Chevron, Coca-Cola, ConAgra, Consol of Kentucky, Deloitte, Duke University, DuPont, ERM, Ernst & Young, Fola Coal Company, Global Environmental Management Initiative, Global Reporting Initiative, H&M, ICF International, KPMG, Langer Heinrich, Levi Strauss & Co., Li & Fung, Marks & Spencer, McKinsey, Nike, Paladino, PE International, PRé Consultants, PwC, Rossing Uranium, SABMiller, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Target, US Army, US Bureau of Reclamation, Vanderbilt University, World Business Council For Sustainable Development, World Resources Institute, WWF, Zara