• Contextual Water Targets: Levi Strauss & Co. Brochure

    Contextual Water Targets: Levi Strauss & Co. (application/pdf, 1.01 MB)

    November 12, 2019

    Contextual Water Targets are the first step for any company looking to adopt a Science-Based Target for Water. Taking a contextual approach to setting water performance targets enables a company to become more responsive to local water challenges and to set up internal processes to manage locally specific water performance targets.

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  • Living Planet Report 2018 Brochure

    Living Planet Report 2018 (application/pdf, 14.5 MB)

    October 29, 2018

    The Living Planet Report documents the state of the planet—including biodiversity, ecosystems, and demand for natural resources—and what it means for humans and wildlife. Published by WWF every two years, the report brings together a variety of research to provide a comprehensive view of the health of the Earth.

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  • Update: 2016 AgWater Challenge Brochure

    Update: 2016 AgWater Challenge (application/pdf, 1.21 MB)

    September 05, 2018

    Seven companies made public commitments around water that reflected their leadership and their understanding that they can be a powerful and constructive force for people and planet. This report covers their individual goals and some of the progress made in the year following the launch of the AgWater Challenge.

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  • Basin Report Card Fact Sheet Brochure

    Basin Report Card Fact Sheet (application/pdf, 542 KB)

    August 31, 2016

    With our partners at University of Maryland's Center for Environmental Science, WWF is producing, packaging, and sharing a process that can mainstream report card development in basins around the world. By developing report cards in a variety of basins, we can move closer to our goal of securing fresh water for people and nature. 

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  • Securing a Future that Flows Brochure

    Securing a Future that Flows (application/pdf, 2.11 MB)

    August 31, 2016

    Societies have gone to extraordinary efforts to harness the power of rivers. The world is now poised to double the global hydropower capacity by 2040, along with continued expansion of associated infrastructure rivers. Governments, communities, companies, and conservation organizations are seeking ways to ensure that this development can meet needs for energy and water while maintaining healthy rivers.

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  • Free Flowing Rivers Fact Sheet Brochure

    Free Flowing Rivers Fact Sheet (application/pdf, 2.54 MB)

    August 31, 2016

    A science-based, globally agreed-upon methodology for monitoring and protecting free-flowing rivers could produce the tools, guidance, and information needed to make more sustainable decisions about infrastructure that impacts freshwater ecosystems.

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  • 2014 Coca-Cola and WWF Partnership Annual Review Brochure

    2014 Coca-Cola and WWF Partnership Annual Review (application/pdf, 8.75 MB)

    October 01, 2015

    A brief summary of our activities to address the natural resource challenges that impact fresh water.

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  • Replenish Brochure

    Replenish (application/pdf, 802 KB)

    October 01, 2015

    Although metrics such as water use efficiency ratios are commonly employed within businesses to measurably demonstrate progress, assessing the benefits of water projects beyond a company’s four walls is much more difficult. To fill the gap, some companies are developing “replenish” methodologies to capture how quantitative or qualitative water benefits can be calculated for a given water-related community activity or conservation project.

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  • Alliance for Water Stewardship in California's Central Valley Brochure

    Alliance for Water Stewardship in California's Central Valley (application/pdf, 337 KB)

    October 01, 2015

    California is in the midst of a multi-year drought—-the worst in 1200 years—and according to climate scientists, this is just the beginning. Hardest hit is Central Valley, a large, flat region that is home to some of the country’s most productive agricultural areas. Here, WWF is helping businesses use the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) to earn recognition for existing water improvements, identify gaps and risks, and connect with others who use shared freshwater resources.

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  • Water for Our Future: Americas Regional Process Event Brochure