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John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

The Stream, December 16: Australia's New Food Bowl

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An expansive new irrigation proposal could turn northern Australia…

The War on Tap Water: An Exclusive Excerpt from Peter Gleick's Bottled and Sold

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"The growth of the bottled water industry is a story about 21st century controversies and contradictions: poverty versus glitterati; perception versus reality; private gain versus public loss of the last century."

Vancouver Promotes Tap Water During Olympic Games

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Metro Vancouver is promoting the use of municipal tap water instead of purchasing bottled water during the Olympic Games. Municipal officials seek to reduce the city’s bottled water consumption by 20 percent at the end of the year as a part of their Tap Water Campaign.
John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

Peter Gleick: Water for Haiti, Now

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Information on the disaster in Haiti is only slowly coming out, but it is clear that the magnitude and extent of the catastrophe is vast, in a land seemingly cursed by endless environmental destruction.

The Battle for the "Greenest" Bottle

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bottles Following Pepsi and Nestle, Coca Cola is entering the race for the greenest water bottle.
John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

Race to Create Space: Plastic Bottle Offers Lightweight Response to Consumer Concerns

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Plastic remains the material of choice for bottled water, but…

Great Lakes Compact: Nestle Joins Bottled Water Exemption Debate

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CHICAGO -- The bottled water loophole in the Great Lakes Compact…

Coke thirsts to be water neutral

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Coke has good business reasons to take sustainability seriously.…
John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

Coke thirsts to be water neutral

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Coke has good business reasons to take sustainability seriously.…

Coca-Cola London admits that Dasani is nothing but tap water

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LONDON -- It made for great headlines, but the fact that the…
John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

John Elkington: Talking Water and SustainAbility at the World Economic Forum

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John Elkington, founder and chief entrepreneur of SustainAbility, the London-based think tank, and co-author, The Power of Unreasonable People: How Social Entrepreneurs Create Markets that Change the World. Elkington puts water into the business context at the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland.