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Coca-Cola engages in global water replenishment program   

Coca-Cola's Greg Koch discusses how the beverage producer works with local communities around the world to replenish water.


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[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案

Water is the essential element running through our bodies and communities. It's the backbone of ecosystem. It also powers the global economy that is increasingly inter-connected, where water scares global supply chains struggle.The World House Organisation estimates 260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation.Through the beverage companies which rely on water for the products are among the most defected. In 2007, the Coca-Cola Company and its bothering partners set a goal to see if they can return most of the water used in its beverages. In August, they announced they had the chief they've got-- 5 years ahead of time. Greg Koch, head of coke's water program, says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.                                                    Water moves through economies,through societies,through ecosystems unlike most of the resources. And you have to understand everyone's water used in their needs, and you have to respect that. And when you do that--the collective action, then you can have together with the people share the water with you. It's really powerful.
You know, I know some issues you've talked that exact is. Do you really feel like there's a bit unchange red point of business community is looking at ? It's not just a right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business?
Absolutely! Over the last decade,you really think within a ... just maintain strived by business. Not just the food and beverage business but they are abosulutely the full fun. Because they're closed to the water used , but all types of business really understanding that water is challenged and it's stressed in a different way around the world. It's not just a developing issue, it's a developed world issue. And they have to guess the house of order, focus on the direct operations' business, but they really have to understand about the contacts. And again, partner.
Greg, what if we stay if we don't get everyone on board and we can't convince other great collective to take this serious lead?
Water is fundamental to our business. And our business model will not export business. So we manufacture our products, and seldom distribute them to a continous market place. The commnuty will be a part of . But those will beyond our businesses. People need to prioritize water ? Does it mean all the thing they need to do? But they need to understand what strays they face and they share with people around them and work together right.

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homework--Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It's the backbone of our ecosystem. It also powers a globally economy that is increasingly into connected. When water is scarce,global supply chains struggle. The world Health Organization estimates $260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adquate water supply and sanitation. Food and beverage companies which rely on water for their products are among the most defected. In 2007 the coca cola company and its battling partners set a goal to see if they could return most of the water use in its beverages. In August they announced they had achieved that goal five years ahead of time. G.K. had coca's water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities. Water move through economies, through societies, through ecosystems unlike most of other resources and you have to understand everyone's water use and their needs and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action, you can have together with the people that share the water with you. It's really powerful. You know I know you attend this ...you talked to other executives. Do you feel like those been a change or at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment but something that can actually be good for business. Absolutely. Over the last decade you really see, we've seen desene tense drive by business. Not just the food and beverage business but yes they are at spot of the forefront because they are closer to that water use but all types of businesses are really understanding that water is challenge, they stressed in different ways around the world. It's not just a developing world issue, it's a developed world issue and they have to,yes, get their healthy water, focus on their direct operations their business but they really have to understand the water context and again, partner. What the stakes if we don't get everyone on board and we can't convince all the great of collective to take this seriously? Water is fundamental to yes our business and our business model, or now an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a continue ...market that ...community we are part of , our employees are part of. But it goes well beyond our businesses. People need to pro...water doesn't mean it's all they need to do but they really need to understand what stresses they face and that they share with people around them and work to get right.
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Water is the essential element of our bodies and our communities. It is the backbone of our ecosystems. It also powers a global economy that is increasingly connected while water is scare in global supply chain struggle. The World Health Organization estimates $260 Billion is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation. Food and beverage companies which rely on water for their products are among the most effected. In 2007 the Coca-Cola company and its partners set a goal to see if they could return the most of water use in its beverages. In August they announced they had achieved that goal, 5 years ahead of time. Water programs has said it would not have been possible without the help of local communities. Water moves through economies, through societies, through ecosystem. Unlike most of other resources you have to understand everyone’s water use and their needs and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful. I know you would attend this summit executives. Do you feel that there has been a change business community is looking at for the environment but something that can be actually good for the business. Absolutely. Over the last decade, we’ve seen just an intense drive by business not just for the food and beverage business but frontier that is close to the water use. But all types of business are really understanding the water is challenged and stressed in different ways around the world. It is not just a developing world issue, it’s a developed they have to get the house of their water, focus on the development of operations, but they really have to understand the contacts and again. What is that we don’t get everyone on board and to take it seriously. Water is fundamental to our business and our business model. So we manufacture our products and sell them to a particular market place. It goes beyond our businesses. People need to prioritize water, that means but they really need to understand what stresses they face and they share with the people around them and work to get it right.
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Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It’s the backbone of our ecosystem. It also powers a global economy that is increasingly interconnected. While water is scarce, global supply chains struggle. The World Health Organization estimates $260 billion is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation. Food and beverage companies which reply on water for their products are among the most affected. In 2007, the Coca Cola Company and its bottling partners set a goal to see if they could return most of the water used in its beverages. In August they announced they had achieved that goal five years ahead of time. Greg Koch head of Coke’s water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.

Water moves through economies, through societies, through ecosystems, unlike other resources. And you have to understand everyone’s water use and their needs, and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.

You know, I know you attend this summit. You talked to other executives. Do you feel like there has been a change or we are at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business?

Absolutely. Over the last decade, you’ve really seen, we’ve seen just an intense drive by business, not just the food and beverage business, but…yes they are at sort of the forefront, because they are closer to that water use, but all types of businesses are really understanding that water is challenge. This stresses in different ways around the world. It’s not just a developing world issue. It’s a developed world issue. And they have to yes, get their healthy water, focus on their direct operations, their business, but they really have to understand the broader contact, and again, partner.

Greg, what are the stakes if we don’t get everyone on board and we can’t convince other greater collective to take this seriously?

Water is fundamental to yes, our business, and our business model. We are now an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a continuous market place that ...a community that we are part of, our employees are part of. But it goes well beyond our businesses. People need to prioritize water, doesn't mean it's all that they need to do, but they really need to understand what stresses they face and then they share with people around them and work to get it right.
Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It’s the back bone of our eco system. It also powers our global economy that is increasingly interconnected where water is scarce, global supply chains struggle. The world’s health organization estimates 260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to lack of theadequate water supply in sanitation. Food and beverage companies which rely on the water for their products are among the most affected. In 2007, Coca Cola company and its bottling partners set a goal to see if we could return most of water used in its beverages. In August they announced they had achieved that goal 5 years ahead of time. Greg Koch, the head of Coca’s water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.
Water moves through economies, through societies and through eco systems, unlike most other resources. And you have to understand ever one’s water use and their needs, and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action, you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.
I know you are attending this summit, you talked to other executives, do you feel like that there’s been a change where we are at a point that business community is looking at this not just as a right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business.
Absolutely, over the last decade, you have really seen, we have seen just intense drive by business, not just the food and beverage business. But yes, they are exposed to the forefront because they are closer to that water use. But all types of business are really understanding that water is challenge, is stress in different ways around the world. It’s not just a developing world issue. It’s developed world issue. And yes, they have to get their houses in order, focuses on their direct operations, their businesses. But they really have to understand the broader context, and again, partner. Great, one of the stakes is if we don’t get everyone onboard, if we can’t convince a greater collective to take this seriously?
Water is fundamental to our business and to our business model. We are not an export business. We manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a consecutive market place that communities where our partners and employee are part of them. But it goes well beyond our business, people need to prioritize water that means all they need to do, and they really need to understand what stresses they face and they share with people around them and work to get it right.

[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案

Water is the essential element runningthrough all bodies and all communities, it's the backbone of ecosystem. It alsopowers the global economy that is increasingly inter-connected, where waterscares global supply chain struggle. The world house organization estimates 260billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate watersupply and sanitation. Food and beverage companies which rely on water on theirproducts are among the most defected. In 2007, the Coco Cola company and its battlingpartners set a goal to see if they could return most of the water used in itsbeverages. In August they announced they had achieved their goal, five yearsahead of time. K had coco's water program said it would not have been possiblewithout the help of local communities.
Watermoves through communities, through societies, through ecosystem. Unlike most ofthe resources, and you have to understand everyone's water use and their needs,and you have to respect that, and when you do that that connect to action thenyou can have together with the people they share a lot with you, it's reallypowerful.
Youknow, I know you attend the summit, you talked to other executives. Do you feellike that's been a change or we are at the point that business community islooking at this is not just as right thing to do for the environment butsomething that can actually be good for business.
Absolutely,over the last decade, you've really seen, we've seen just an intense drive by business, not just the food and beverage business,but yes they are at the sort of forefront, because they are close to that water use, but all types of business really understanding the water is challenging, this stress different ways around the world, is not just developing world issue, it's developed world issue. And they have to, yes, get the healthy water focus on the direct operations, their business, and they really have to understand broader contact, and again partner.
Greg,what are the stakes if we don't get everyone on board and we can't convince other greater of collective to take seriously?
Water is fundamental to yes our business and our business model. We are now an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute to a continuous market place that a community that world a part of, our employees are a part of, but it goes well beyond our business.
People need to prioritize water, doesn't it mean all that they need to do. But they really need to understand what's stress they face and then they share with people around them, and work to get it right.


                                                   
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Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It’s the backbone of our ecosystem. It also powers a global economy that is increasingly interconnected. When water is scarce, global supply chains struggle. The World Health Organization estimates 260billion USD is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation.

Food and beverage companies, which rely on water for their products, are among the most affected. In 2007, the Coco Cola company and its bottling partners set a goal to see if they can return most other water used in its beverages. In Aug. they announce they have achieved that goal five years ahead of time. Greg Koch, head of Coca’s water program, says it would not be possible without the help of local communities.

Water moves through economy, through society, through ecosystem, unlike most other resources. You have to understand everyone’s water use and their needs and you have to respect that. When you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share water with you is really powerful.

You know, I know you attend the summit, you talk to other executives, do you feel like there’s been a change? We are at a point that business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment but something that can be actually good for business.

Absolutely, over the last decade, you really see, we’ve seen an intensive drive by business, not just food and beverage business, yes, they’re at the forefront because they are closer to that water use, but all types of businesses really understanding that water is challenges, is stressed in different ways around the world. It’s not just a developing world’s issue. It’s a developed world’s issue. They have to, Yes, get their house in order, focus on their direct operations, their business. But you really have to understand the broader context and again partner.  

Greg, what are the stakes if we don’t get everyone on board and if we can’t convince other grater collective to take it seriously?

Water is fundamentally to, yes, our business and our business model. We are not an export business, so we manufacture our products, sell them and distribute them to a continuous market, to a community that we are a part of, our employees are a part of. But those’re well beyond our business. “People need to prioritize water” doesn’t mean it’s all that they need to do. But they really need to understand what stresses they face and that they share with people around them and work to get it right.
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[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案

Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities, it's the backbone of our ecosystem, it also powers a global economy that is increasingly inter-connected, where water is scarce, global supply chains struggle. The World Health Organization estimates $260 billion is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply in sanitation, food and  beverage companies which rely on water for their products are among the most affected. In 2007 the Coco-Cola company and its bottling companies set a goal to see if they can return most of the water used in its beverages, in August they announced they had achieved that goal five years ahead of time, Greg Koch head of Coco's water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.Water moves through economies, through societies, through ecosystems unlike most of other resources, and you have to understand everyone's water use and their needs and you have to respect that, and when you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.
You know i know you attend this summit, you talk to other executives, do you feel like there has been a change we are at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business.
Absolutely over the last decade we've seen just intense drive by business not just the food and beverage business, but yes they are at sort of the forefront, because they are closer to that water use, but all types of businesses are really understanding that water is challenge, is stress in different ways around the world, it's not just a developing world issue, it's a developed world issue, and they have to yes get their house in order, focus on their direct operations, their business, but they really have to understand the broader context and again partner.
Greg, what are the stakes if we don't get everyone on board and if we can't convince the greater collective to take this seriously?
Water is fundamental to yes our business and our business model, we are not an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a * market place and community that we are part of, our employees are part of, but it goes well beyond our businesses, people need to prioritize water, doesn't mean it is all that they need to do, but they really need to understand what stresses they face and that they share with people around them, and work to get it right.

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Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It's the backbone of our ecosystem. It also powers a global economy that is increasingly interconnected. Where water is scarce,global supply chains struggle. The World Health Organization estimates $260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adquate water supply and sanitation. Food and beverage companies which rely on water for their products are among the most affected. In 2007, the Coca Cola company and its bottling partners set a goal to see if they could return most of the water used in its beverages. In August, they announced they had achieved that goal five years ahead of time. Greg Koch, head of Coca's water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.

Water move through economies, through societies, through ecosystems, unlike most of other resources. And you have to understand everyone's water use and their needs and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.

You know I know you attend this summit you talked to other executives. Do you feel like there has been a change or at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business?

Absolutely. Over the last decade you really see, we've seen just an intense drive by business. Not just the food and beverage business, but yes they are at sort of the forefront because they are closer to that water use, but all types of businesses are really understanding that water is challenge, the stress in different ways around the world. It's not just a developing world issue, it's a developed world issue. And they have to,yes, get their house in order, focus on their direct operations, their business, but they really have to understand the broader context, and again, partner.

Greg, what are the stakes if we don't get everyone on board and we can't convince other greater collective to take this seriously?

Water is fundamental to, yes our business and our business model. We are not an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a continuous market place, the community we are part of , our employees are part of. But it goes well beyond our businesses. People need to prioritize water doesn't mean it's all they need to do, but they really need to understand what stresses they face and that they share with people around them and work to get it right.
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[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案
Water is an essential element running through our bodies and our communities, it is the back bone of eco system. it also powers a goboal economy that is incresingly interconnected where water is scarce, global supply chains struggle.The World Health Organization estimates 260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation. Food and bevarage companies which reply on water for
their products are among the most effected. In 2007, the Cocacola company
and its G partners set a goal to see if they can return most of the water use and its bevrages.In Aug, they announced they had achieved that goal, 5 years ahead of the time. Greg Koch who had cola's water programe said, it would not have been impossible without the help of local communites.

Water move through economies, through societies, to eco systems, unlike most other resources,and you have to understand everyone's water use, their needs and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collactive action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.

You know i know you attened the summit you talked with other executives . do you feel like there is a bit of change or at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as a right thing to do for the environment but sth can actually be good for business .

Absolutely, over the last decade, we really see, we've seen just intensive drive by business, not just the food and bevarage business , but yes they are sort of at the forefront, because they are close to that water use. But
all types of business really
understanding that water is challenge, stressed in different ways around the world. it is not just a developing world issue, it is a developed world issue. And they have to, yes, to get the house in order, focused on the direct operations in their business, but they really have to understand the broader context,
and again partner.


Greg, what are the stakes if we don't get everyone on board,
if we can't convience
other greater collective to take this seriously? Water is fundamental to, yes, our business and our business model. We are not an export business. So we manufacture our products and sell them,distribute them to a particular market place, you know a community we are part of, our employee are part of. But those will be on our businesses. People need to priorotise water, it doesn't mean this is all they need to do.
But they really need to understand stresses they face, they share with people
around them and work to getit right.

[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案

Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It’s the backbone of our ecosystem. It also powers a global economy that is increasingly interconnected.

While water is scarce, global supply chains struggle. The World Health Organization estimates $260 billion is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation.


Food and beverage companies which reply on water for their products are among the most affected. In 2007, the Coca Cola Company and its bottling partners set a goal to see if they could return most of the water used in its beverages. In August they announced they had achieved that goal five years ahead of time.


Greg Koch head of Coke’s water program says it would not have been possible without the help of local communities.

Water moves through economies, through societies, through ecosystems, unlike most of other resources. And you have to understand everyone’s water use and their needs, and you have to respect that. And when you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you is really powerful.

You know, I know you attend this summit. You talked to other executives. Do you feel like there has been a change or we are at the point that the business community is looking at this not just as the right thing to do for the environment, but something that can actually be good for business?

Absolutely. Over the last decade, you’ve really seen, we’ve seen just an intense drive by business, not just the food and beverage business, but…yes they are at sort of the forefront, because they are closer to that water use, but all types of businesses are really understanding that water is challenge. This stresses in different ways around the world. It’s not just a developing world issue. It’s a developed world issue. And they have to yes, get their healthy water, focus on their direct operations, their business, but they really have to understand the broader contact, and again, partner.

Greg, what are the stakes if we don’t get everyone on board and we can’t convince other greater collective to take this seriously?

Water is fundamental to yes, our business, and our business model. We are now an export business, so we manufacture our products and sell them, distribute them to a continuous market place that ...a community that we are part of, our employees are part of. But it goes well beyond our businesses. People need to prioritize water, doesn't mean it's all that they need to do, but they really need to understand what stresses they face and then they share with people around them and work to get it right
                                                   

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[Homework]2015-09-12&09-14 可口可乐公司全球水资源增资方案
Water is the essential element running through our bodies and our communities. It's the back-bone of our eco-system.It also powers a globally economy that is increasingly inter connected, while water is scarce global supply chain struggle.

The World Heath Organization has estimated 260 billion dollars is lost globally each year due to the lack of adequate water supply and sanitation. Through the beverage companies which are relying on water for their product are am the most affected.

In 2007, the Cocacola company and its bubbling partners set a goal to see if they can return most their water used in these beverages. In August they announced they have achieved that goal 5 years ahead of time. Greg Koch, * of Coca's water program, says this would not have been possible without the help of local communities.

Water moves through economies, through societies, through eco-systems, unlike most of our resource, and you have to understand everyone's water use and their needs, and you have to respect that.
And when you do that, that collective action that you can have together with the people that share the water with you, it's really powerful.

You know, I know you intended some issue taught to other executives. Did you feed like there is a bit a change world at the point that business community is looking at this not just for the right thing to do for the environment, but some thing that can actually be good for business?

Absolutely. Over the last decade, You really *** seen just maintenance drive by business, not just the food and beverage business. Yes, they are, actually ** because they are close to that water use, but all type of the business are really understanding that the water is challenge. The stress is in different ways around the world. It's not just developing world issue. It's the developed world issue. And they have to, yes, get the house in order, focus on the ** operations their business
But they really have to understand the broad contact, and again partner.

Greg Koch states if we don't get everyone on board ** we can't convince other greater collectives to take this seriously.

Water is fundamental to, yes, our business and our business model. We are not an expert business, so we manufactured our products and sell them, distribute them to a continue market place and community that were part of our employee's product. Those will be under our businesses. People need to priorities water doesn't mean it's all they need to do. But they really need to understand
what stresses they face and they share with people around them, and work to get it right.
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