SAB Miller urges firms to join Water Futures Partnership

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Report by WWF, SAB and German international development agency identifies water risks in brewery's supply chain

One of the world's largest breweries has called on businesses and organisations to form a "critical mass" of stakeholders to improve corporate water use, after a new report found its operations face significant...

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