Context: Agriculture uses the most water. High water withdrawals may be required for crop irrigation, diverting water from the ecosystem and other users. Agricultural run-off may be a significant source of pollution for nearby water resources that affect those downstream or within the same groundwater basin.
Sustainable agriculture practice through on-farm practices that increase water efficiency and improve run-off and wastewater management can contribute to improved water quality and, in some cases, conserve water that may be available for additional uses. Adapting irrigation methods and technologies to improve efficiency, evaluating crop choices based on climate and water availability, or instituting techniques or technologies to limit or improve water quality runoff.
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The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. We acheive this through the dedicated efforts of our diverse staff, including more than 550 scientists, located in all 50 U.S. states ... Learn More
Aviv is a full subsidiary of Olam International Limited. For Olam, Water has been identified as one of the 7 Focus Area because the world’s demand for freshwater supplies has risen dramatically in recent decades, in parallel with population growth ... Learn More
In Idaho, AB InBev is working in partnership with local stakeholders to develop and promote an irrigation scheduler program called AgriMet. The program links local climate station data to a web and mobile application that enables growers to optimize their ... Learn More
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This program intends to promote sustainable methods of production in Togo and in particular organic cotton. The cotton will be produced without the use of synthetic insecticides or fertilizers. Soil fertility management is then based on crop rotation system (mulch, ... Learn More
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Nanochemistry for the solution of mixed agriculture problems and improvement of environmental state influence of nanosilica on the water phase transitions in hygroscopic systems----investigation of nanosilica and yeast cells based composite for soil and water waste treatment---environmentally friendly nanocomposite systems ... Learn More
Bogota’s thirst for clean water has been growing for decades, in lock step with its population, now at more than 7 million. Most of Bogota’s water originates high above the city in Chingaza National Park. There, forests and Neotropical alpine ... Learn More
We are becoming more efficient in our water use by reducing the amount we use per liter of product, even as we increase our production volume. We are recycling wastewater, sometimes returning it cleaner than we found it, and we ... Learn More
The objective of the water fund is to protect the water source for Bogota by investing in the source watershed. Activities include supporting additional national park rangers and helping people who live in the watershed switch to more sustainable livlihood ... Learn More
Water is a key part of every stage of our business, from the barley field to the bottling line. The availability of qualityclean, fresh water is critical not only to MillerCoors, but also to the communities we serve. where we ... Learn More
MillerCoors is a primary sponsor of the Water As A Crop™ pilot project aimed at to implementing conservation practices on private lands along the Trinity River. The Trinity River watershed supplies 40 percent of water used in the state of ... Learn More