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WHAT WE’LL COVER TODAY

 Who is Future 500?
 Case Study: Coca-Cola’s
  Water Resource Management
  Policies and Practice...
Forges links between corporations and 
Stakeholders  to advance the triple bottom line
Stakeholders to advance the triple ...
Future 500 Engages Stakeholders 
on Four Leadership Issues
on Four Leadership Issues

            GLOBAL STAKEHOLDER INITI...
Future 500 Water Initiative
“Closes the Gap”
 Closes the Gap



                         FACTS




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Case Study: Coca-Cola’s Water
Management Policies and Practices in India


Harry O
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 Future 500, Snr Fellow & D...
Case Study: Coca-Cola stakeholders challenges
in India


  “Depletion of water table … is devastating local communities.”
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Case Study:  Issue Background

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TCCC Case Study:  The Assessment

 TERI conducted an independent, scientific
  assessment of TCCC’s water management
  pr...
TCCC Case Study:  The Assessment

                  TCCC procedures and practices were
                   assessed on hun...
Findings and Recommendations

Local Groundwater
 Report recommended increased consideration of
  community water needs in...
Findings and Recommendations

Community Engagement
 Report notes that TCCC’s social responsibility
  initiatives could be...
TCCC Action Plan:  Shaping policies 
in India and China, and elsewhere
in India and China and elsewhere
 Groundwater Use:
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TCCC Action Plan

 Pesticides:
  TCCC co-sponsored an internationally recognized
   panel of residue analysis experts, un...
Communicating the Findings

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                 TERI’s observations continue to guide TCCC’s 
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Coca-Cola, a leader in corporate water
stewardship


          Plant Performance

                      Reduce
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Increased Corporate Accountability
and Risks for Industry




                     © 2009 Future 500
Questions




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Thank you




              San Francisco – Tokyo – Beijing
                    www.future500.org
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Addtl’ Slides




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Available Tools and Programs -- Reduce


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                           Partnership Workstreams


1.   Plant Performance & Efficiency ‐‐ all plants participate, s...
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  1. 1. Future 500 – New Incentives for Industry to P t t Water t Protect W t Building N B ildi New ClClean W Water Networks in China: Challenges and Opportunities for Protecting Lake Tai Matt Turner, Director, Water Initiative (mturner@future500.org) © 2009 Future 500
  2. 2. WHAT WE’LL COVER TODAY  Who is Future 500?  Case Study: Coca-Cola’s Water Resource Management Policies and Practices in India  Coca-Cola’s Global Water Stewardship  What’s next for Industry and Water? © 2009 Future 500 2
  3. 3. Forges links between corporations and  Stakeholders  to advance the triple bottom line Stakeholders to advance the triple bottom line Leadership Trust SAN FRANCISCO Performance TOKYO BEIJING Amazon Defense Front © 2009 Future 500
  4. 4. Future 500 Engages Stakeholders  on Four Leadership Issues on Four Leadership Issues GLOBAL STAKEHOLDER INITIATIVE (GSI) C CLIMATE WATER  RESOURCES SOU C S FACTORY LABOR C O O © 2009 Future 500 4
  5. 5. Future 500 Water Initiative “Closes the Gap” Closes the Gap FACTS Trust Performance KNOWLEDGE A © 2009 Future 500 5
  6. 6. Case Study: Coca-Cola’s Water Management Policies and Practices in India Harry O y Ott:  Future 500, Snr Fellow & Director of Strategic Water Stewardship  Retired from Coca-Cola company as Director of Strategic Water Initiatives  Spearheaded TCCC’s work concerning stakeholder concerns over water in India  Led the development and implementation of sustainable water resources management © 2009 Future 500 6
  7. 7. Case Study: Coca-Cola stakeholders challenges in India “Depletion of water table … is devastating local communities.” Indians are " tti poisoned b pesticides," and CSE t t show C k I di "getting i d by ti id " d tests h Coke, Pepsi, and Nestle contribute to this toxic assault – Sunita Narain, Business Week, 5-31-07 “Puts profit, greed, and exploitation above human dignity” © 2009 Future 500
  8. 8. Case Study:  Issue Background  Late 2004, University student g p ( of M), , y groups (U ), NGOs and investors voiced concerns about water resource management and unsubstantiated reports of p p pesticide residues in products.  U of M and TCCC agreed that an independent assessment would provide information needed to determine Company compliance with U-M Vendor Code of Conduct.  In March 2006 and in conference with stakeholders, TCCC approached The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), a Delhi-based NGO, b t NGO about conducting th i d d ti the independent thi d d t third- party assessment. © 2009 Future 500
  9. 9. TCCC Case Study:  Who is TERI?  E t bli h d i 1974 TERI i a global NGO committed t Established in 1974, is l b l itt d to sustainable development.  Led by Dr. R.K. Pachauri, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with y , former Vice President, Al Gore.  Involved in a wide range of policy and scientific areas: water resources, resources global climate issues urban transport and pollution issues, pollution, energy efficiency.  Over 700 staff drawn from multidisciplinary and highly specialized p y g y p fields.  www.teriin.org © 2009 Future 500
  10. 10. TCCC Case Study:  The Assessment  TERI conducted an independent, scientific assessment of TCCC’s water management practices in India to determine compliance w 1) Indian govt’, 2)internatinal standards (WHO) and 3) TCCC’s own internal standards.  TERI selected 6 plants representative of our operations to study: Kaladera, Mehndiganj Kaladera Mehndiganj, Nabipur, Nemam, Pirangut, and Sathupalle.  Assessment protocol was determined by TERI, as p y was the form and content of report.  TERI engaged an expert Steering Committee to oversee the work plan and methodology methodology. © 2009 Future 500
  11. 11. TCCC Case Study:  The Assessment  TCCC procedures and practices were assessed on hundreds of criteria.  The report confirmed that TCCC met Indian I di regulations and hi h TCCC l i d higher standards.  Plants found to be generally in compliance with all applicable Indian environmental regulatory requirements.  No pesticides were found in any of the intake water, treated water used to make TCCC beverages or effluent (U-M’s primary concern) © 2009 Future 500
  12. 12. Findings and Recommendations Local Groundwater  Report recommended increased consideration of community water needs in plant siting and operations at the l i h local l l level, i l di operations l including i in water scarce areas. Effluent Treatment  Although plants were found to be generally in compliance with all applicable Indian regulations, the report identified a need to strengthen our internal standards with respect to bacteriological presence in effluent water.  Report suggested additional analysis with respect to groundwater quality near four of the six plants studied. © 2009 Future 500
  13. 13. Findings and Recommendations Community Engagement  Report notes that TCCC’s social responsibility initiatives could benefit from greater strategic focus.  Report notes that in all but one of the six plant sites (Nemam), there were consistent stakeholder concerns expressed about water availability and quality.  R Report recommends i t d increased community d it engagement around water issues, especially in water scarce areas. © 2009 Future 500
  14. 14. TCCC Action Plan:  Shaping policies  in India and China, and elsewhere in India and China and elsewhere Groundwater Use:  Global standards and guidelines for siting plants are being revised to include extensive water resource evaluations and impact of the plant on the community.  New global guidelines for operating plants in areas facing serious and chronic water shortages to be issued. Working to reach zero groundwater balance in India by 2009.  Efforts focus on reducing the water used to produce our beverages, recycling water used for beverage manufacturing processes, replenishing water in communities and nature.  Routine inspections of rainwater harvesting facilities instituted; measurement devices installed to verify volume of recovered water.  Created the Coca-Cola India Foundation to support activities that support sustainable development and focus on issues related to water, environment, healthy living and social advancement. © 2009 Future 500
  15. 15. TCCC Action Plan Pesticides:  TCCC co-sponsored an internationally recognized panel of residue analysis experts, under the aegis experts of the Association of Analytical Chemists (AOAC), to develop science-based, objective protocols for pesticide testing in finished soft drinks. © 2009 Future 500
  16. 16. Communicating the Findings  TERI’ b TERI’s observations continue to guide TCCC’s  i i id TCCC’ efforts to make a positive mark on communities  and minimize our impact on the environment in  ways that improve lives, fuel local economies and  h l f ll l d protect the environment.  TERI’s report is part of an ongoing global process TERI s report is part of an ongoing, global process  of continual evaluation and improvement to  achieve our sustainability commitments.  Assessment is another important step in ensuring  that TCCC water management practices are among  the best in the world.  As TCCC moves forward, the Company’s operations  and water stewardship efforts will be informed by  many of the findings in the TERI report.  many of the findings in the TERI report © 2009 Future 500
  17. 17. 2006 2007 2008 2009 Community Using our Brands Demonstrating Plant Outreach + to Global Leadership Integrated Performance Helping Protect Communicate Communications Key Watersheds  employee communications  stakeholder engagement System-wide Leading the Industry Mobilizing Others roadmap Engaging in  On-pack  Partnering with Partnerships customers  media relations grounded by messaging to educate consumers plant  Cause marketing performance  Repurposing DME  Engaging our  marketing supply chain with water efficiency goals  Mobilizing other  customer activation p companies/industries “Return the  supply chain Drops we Use” activation #2 purchaser of glass Do the advance w h a t w e d o work to start precisely + credibly Engage and Take a stand Raise the volume inspire others © 2009 Future 500
  18. 18. Coca-Cola, a leader in corporate water stewardship Plant Performance Reduce Watershed Protection Recycle Supporting Community Initiatives Replenish Global Awareness and Action © 2009 Future 500
  19. 19. Increased Corporate Accountability and Risks for Industry © 2009 Future 500
  20. 20. Questions © 2009 Future 500 20
  21. 21. Thank you San Francisco – Tokyo – Beijing www.future500.org f 500 Harry Ott – hott@future500.org Matt Turner – mturner@future500.org © 2009 Future 500
  22. 22. Addtl’ Slides © 2009 Future 500 22
  23. 23. Available Tools and Programs -- Reduce 20.00 15.00 14.66 14 66 10.00 10.01 5.00 5.69 3.72 0.00 0.00 -3.26 5 00 -5.00 -6.22 -7.05 -7.82 -10.00 -9.45 -13.46 -15.00 -16.99 -20.00 -19.23 -25.00 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Water usage ratio 0.00 -7.05 -13.46 -16.99 -19.23 Water usage 0.00 -3.26 -7.82 -9.45 -6.22 Sales Volume 0.00 3.72 5.69 10.01 14.66 Water usage ratio Water usage Sales Volume Continued improvement can be achieved with the WWF-TCCC Water Efficiency Toolbox © 2009 Future 500
  24. 24. & Partnership Workstreams 1. Plant Performance & Efficiency ‐‐ all plants participate, setting goals on  efficiency and stewardship 2. Supply Chain Water Stewardship – initial focus on sugar suppliers we all  share 3. Improve watershed health and sustainability ‐‐ in seven, iconic river basins  y , 4. Climate Change – all plants participate through energy efficiency 5. Marketing and Communication – the leverage the reputational benefits  and inspire action … linking powerful brands in conservation and © 2009 Future 500 commercial products.

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