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Mission Ecosarwa is a social impact enterprise that seeks to bring innovation to water and sanitation through culturally-specific research, design, and education for health and a safe environment by delivering clean, safe, efficient and sustainable service in Rwanda Objectives. - ... Learn More

Storms pose a risk to Nestlé, as sites can be damaged and potentially production could be interrupted. The Nestlé Global Property Loss Prevention Programme provides a consistent view of our exposure to property risks around the world to storms, enabling ... Learn More

WWF, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, and local partners teamed up to create report cards for river basins that provide a common understanding of a basin’s health, identify what’s important to water users, and foster a shared ... Learn More

Team formed to identify and execute water saving themes. This would help us cater our need of water for our operations. Cost of these methods - Call for additional capital investment but on the other end would lead to saving ... Learn More

We are an independent research institute that focuses on the legal challenges facing water supply infrastructure projects. The world's water infrastructure must adapt to climate change and extreme supply variations, and we research the legal road-blocks that stand in the ... Learn More

The strategy to address this risk includes: -Zero water factory: We have implemented zero water technology in Modesto Dairy factory, which is be able to extract water from milk and recycle it (delivering expected 70’000m3 savings per annum). -Recycling water: ... Learn More

At our dairy factories in Brazil, we reuse the water extracted from milk to save resources. Milk is composed of 80% water and, during the production of powdered (Ninho and Molico) and condensed (Moça®) milk products, we need to remove ... Learn More

Conventionally, farmers across Pakistan cultivate rice by sowing seeds within nurseries, and then transplanting the seedlings into the puddled soil of the paddy fields. However, this approach requires large amounts of water, as well as labour and fuel. Also, in ... Learn More

To build dignity and pride in marginalised communities through skills development and personal capacity growth through ethical community development programmes that promote ecosystem stewardship. Learn More

Banco do Brasil forged a partnership with the National Water Agency (ANA), Banco do Brasil Foundation and the WWF-Brasil to develop the Agua Brasil programme. The programme’s objectives include: a) Promote societal awareness and attitudinal change with respect to environmentally ... Learn More