Executive Chris Hedemann from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Water Disclosure will be coming to Canada to share insights into how water measurement is changing policy and practice of business globally at this spring’s Canadian Water Summit on June 14 in Toronto.
Recently, the CDP published its first Water Disclosure report on actual water use of 137 major corporations on a global scale.
Last June, the inaugural Canadian Water Summit was attended by over 300 business and government leaders including Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty. The conference unites experts and stakeholders by facilitating solutions-oriented parterships to water-related challenges.
Molson Coors, the lead sponsor for the Summit and the CDP Water Disclosure project, felt it was vital that this game changing data be unveiled at this year’s Summit. Hedemann will demonstrate how water risk is a new reality for business and how Canadian companies can navigate operations in a water-constrained world.
Registration for the 2nd Annual Canadian Water Summit will open on March 1. For more information on water disclosure, read “Full Disclosure” by Carla Stevens and Matt Loose.