In 2022, water crises dominated the headlines.
Colorado River reservoirs fell to historic lows with no end in sight. Hurricane Ian caused more than $50 billion in damage to Florida. A water plant failure left 150,000 residents of Jackson, Miss., without access to clean water after heavy flooding and decades of infrastructure neglect.
Businesses must do their part to address water crises, not just because of social responsibility, but also to mitigate risks to their operations, supply chain and brand value. Investors, regulators, consumers and other stakeholders are demanding action to respond to expanding environmental, social and governance (ESG) expectations.
Check out the video below to learn more about how corporate water stewardship can help boost businesses, and visit The Water Council website to learn more.