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Santa Ana Watershed Site Water Targets Pilot

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Project Overview

The Pacific Institute, in its role as co-secretariat for the CEO Water Mandate, coordinated a clustered pilot for setting site water targets in the Santa Ana River Watershed (SARW) in southern California. This helped test and inform global guidance under development for setting site water targets. The pilot was done in coordination with the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA), the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC), and several companies with facilit...

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The Pacific Institute, in its role as co-secretariat for the CEO Water Mandate, coordinated a clustered pilot for setting site water targets in the Santa Ana River Watershed (SARW) in southern California. This helped test and inform global guidance under development for setting site water targets. The pilot was done in coordination with the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA), the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC), and several companies with facilities and operations in the watershed. Companies that took part in this pilot are: Coca-Cola, Ecolab, Hilton (represented by WWF in this pilot), Nestlé USA, Nestlé Waters North America, Niagara Water, PepsiCo, and Target. Several companies participating in the pilot had also undergone or were in the process of pursuing AWS certification, and saw this pilot as a way to complement their AWS work.

The purpose of the pilot was to help participating companies understand the local water context and engage with peer companies, public sector water managers, and other stakeholders in the catchment to align on key water challenges and set meaningful site targets. This target-setting can help companies prioritize actions and investments that address the key water challenges in the region.

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The purpose of the pilot was to help participating companies understand the local water context and engage with peer companies, public sector water managers, and other stakeholders in the catchment to align on key water challenges and set meaningful site targets. This target-setting can help companies prioritize actions and investments that address the key water challenges in the region.

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The California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC) is a platform for diverse stakeholders to come together and pursue collective action projects that will improve water security in California for people, business, agriculture and nature. CWAC was originally conceived in May 2014 ... Learn More

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• Nestlé’s ambition is to enhance people’s lives through nutrition, health and wellness. We offer healthier and tastier food and beverage choices at all stages of life and at all times of the day. Based on science and Research and ... Learn More

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