Being a Leader in this area means doing what we can to tackle some of the world’s most pressing sustainability issues, and water management – specifically, the global water shortage – is a critical concern and one that cuts across the sectors in which we operate.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on the environment and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database.
The traditional linear take-make-dispose economy—where resources are extracted from the ground, made into products, and thrown away—helped us as a society make great strides in the 20th century.
2017 Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation
At MGM Resorts International, we believe water is the planet’s most valuable natural resource. This belief informs our attitude and approach to water management across our company, but especially in our hometown, the desert city of Las Vegas.
Chevron’s San Ardo oil field in Southern California recovers more than 10,000 barrels of heavy oil each day.
We are at a critical moment in human history; one that asks whether we have enough resources to support the 7 billion people living on the planet today. As business leaders, we have a vested interest in and a large influence on the outcome.
Businesses have a critical role in developing water management strategies and initiatives to help fight water scarcity in the world.