Annual Conference Focused on Tackling the World’s Greatest Water Challenges and Other Related Societal Issues
KOHLER, Wis., August 17, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Kohler Co., a global leader in the innovation and manufacture of plumbing products; tile, cabinetry and lighting; and engines, generators and clean energy solutions, joins this year’s World Water Week conference as a panel convenor to discuss how effective solutions to the global water crisis require commitment to both innovation and partnerships serving a social purpose.
Global kitchen and bath leader leveraged the recent IBS and KBIS tradeshows to raise awareness around important water challenges
KOHLER, Wis., February 21, 2022 /3BL Media/ - At this year's Design Construction Week – the combination of International Builders’ Show (IBS) and Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) –Kohler Co. utilized its award-winning booth space as well as the exhibit of its partner, Global Water Center, to further highlight the ongoing issues surrounding access to safe water and the importance of getting involved in positive change, both on the individual and corporate level.
The project comes as a part of Kohler’s commitment to Believing in Better
PUNE, India, November 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Kohler Co. proudly joined forces with Kohler India Power Group, Rotary India and the Sheboygan County Rotary Clubs in sponsoring a new water and sanitation system to a school in Wagholi, Pune, India.
Laura Kohler, SVP HR, Stewardship, Sustainability, and Cindy Howley, Director-Kohler Stewardship, joined representatives from Kohler Power India (part of Kohler Power Group) and Rotary India virtually to unveil the new school renovations in October.
“I have experienced how it felt when we lost almost everything … so I know how difficult it is for the communities to keep surviving during this difficult year.”
Those are the words of Nurdianto, a Mercy Corps team member from Indonesia. Nurdianto knows what it’s like to lose almost everything. A survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004, he has dedicated his life to partnering with disaster-struck communities to support them in rebuilding their lives.
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PURCHASE, N.Y., Aug. 30, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- PepsiCo, Inc. [NYSE: PEP] today announced continued progress against the company's strategy to help protect and conserve global water supplies and provide people access to clean, safe water to communities around the world.
Build100: Building Resilient Communities. Delivering Sustainable Water Solutions.
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Access to water is a global issue that affects more than a billion people. By 2025, it is estimated that 3.5 billion people may live with extreme water scarcity. Together with Engineers Without Borders-USA, Bechtel colleagues are working with vulnerable communities to build resilient infrastructure and improve access to safe, reliable drinking water.
For Molly Kunst, devoting a portion of her life to giving to those with less was never a question. She grew up in a family of six children and watched her parents take in anyone who needed help getting by and lend a hand whenever possible.
“I’ve always believed the philosophy that no one gets by in life alone,” said Molly, a Kohler associate who works in the company’s internal employee service program. “I just feel it’s my duty to give back whenever I can.”
“Water promises to be to the 21st century what oil was to the 20th century.” - Fortune Magazine
By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of the Waterkeepers Alliance
Water has emerged as the target of choice for the robber barons of globalization. As freshwater supplies dwindle, global investors are scrambling to own what’s left. The World Bank already values water privatization at $1 trillion and predicts that many of the wars of the 21st century will be fought over water.