Public Private Partnerships Examples


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Public Private Partnerships Examples

  1. 1. Public Private Partnerships Examples The value of Collective Action Anheuser-Busch InBev October 30, 2013 Hugh “Bert” Share ©Anheuser-Busch InBev
  2. 2. Who is Anheuser-Busch InBev? • $39.8 billion revenues • 403 million hectoliters • 150,000 employees • 24 countries • 200+ brands Source: 2012 Annual Report; 2012 Global Citizenship Report ©Anheuser-Busch InBev 2
  3. 3. Cyan Movement Cyan = The color of water - Who sees water, sees its value • Initiated 2010 at the Brasilia brewery • Expanded in 2013 to the Jaguariúna beverage plant • Actions driven by a comprehensive water risk assessment process that is part of our facility management system • Main objective is to improve key watersheds for all through collective action • New global goal to engage in watershed protection measures at all facilities located in key areas Alert / Awareness Preserve & Restore Educate & Engage ©Anheuser-Busch InBev
  4. 4. Cyan - Lead and Engage Others Develop and implement a participatory approach to help solve local water issues • Communities, governments, basin committees, other businesses, NGOs, and other key stakeholders Brasilia Brewery ©Anheuser-Busch InBev Approx. boundaries Crispim river Jaguari River Intake (Corumba-Paranoa basin) Jaguariuna Brewery Jaguari Dam
  5. 5. Cyan – Brasilia • Identified stakeholders and partners through analysis, research and engagement activities • Restoration plan developed for the Crispim microbasin • Water quality testing in 6 streams • Nursery for 10,000 saplings - 5,200 planted, including seed harvesting and agroforestry • Established and increased capacity of local water basin committee – 60 members trained on water governance • 7,000 people engaged locally through training and other activities ©Anheuser-Busch InBev
  6. 6. Cyan – Jaguariúna • Project aims to mobilize a broad coalition to conserve and restore green infrastructure to provide sufficient, high-quality water for greater São Paulo • Status – Coalition of local partners established – Agreement with municipality signed – Local project steering committee formed – Conservation/restoration priority areas being defined through ecosystem services models – Eventually seek a Payment for Ecosystem Services/Water Fund model that will reduce sediments and conserve priority water production areas ©Anheuser-Busch InBev
  7. 7. Cyan Bank: Lead and Engage Consumers First program rewarding non-consumption 1 2 3 Register your account You receive an email with your target ( average water consumption) The less water you use, the more points you earn 325,000,000 liters saved so far ©Anheuser-Busch InBev 4 Points can be exchanged for discounts in e-commerce partners
  8. 8. Benefits of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships • Water issues are extremely complex with risks and opportunities that are shared by many stakeholders • Multi-stakeholder partnerships allow: • A better understanding of the issues, challenges and opportunities • Expanded pool of human and financial resources • Long-term solutions - source water protection/restoration activities • Improved water governance and policy • For AB InBev - improved relationships with community, local government and other stakeholders - enhanced license to operate and credibility Better decisions, support and sustainability of solutions ©Anheuser-Busch InBev