“Water positivity” takes hold within corporate water sustainability. Since Microsoft announced its goal to become water positive by 2030, companies across various industries including PepsiCo, Facebook, and IKEA have followed suit. Being water positive is broadly defined as replenishing more water than a company is consuming. A host of multinational firms appear to be coming to terms with this new normal through water specific strategies including water positivity, green bonds, partnerships, and in-house water technology solutions.
Bluefield’s team of water experts tracks the emerging trends and strategies influencing industrial water management. From transitioning the energy sector to new digital economies, the market landscape is changing and a host of companies and vendors are being forced to adapt.
In this Quarterly Review:
- Bluefield takeaways
- Leading industrial indicators
- M&A activity
- Company updates
- Corporate sustainability