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  • A Wonderful Video on How Farmers in India can Beat Drought... by using new water harvesting and farming techniques to conserve water and soil to produce more food and empower their community.

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  • Coca Cola. The Atlanta based Coca Cola Company and a subsidiary in India have currently invested in a project meant to increase sustainable living. This project, which revolves around 16 rainwater harvests, is to increase water conservation and water management. By collecting the rainwater, it goes into the ground to increase plant and animal life rather than become wasted. Currently, Coca Cola has more than 500 rainwater harvesting projects to create a larger water management program. Aside from this project, Coca Cola has created new coolers and vending machines to be free of hydrofluorocarbons by 2015. This will reduce the greenhouse gas emissions by over 95 percent. Coca Cola has spent an excess of $50 million in their research and development projects that allow for cooling techniques that are climate friendly.

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  • Agriculture%u2019s overwhelming share of water use globally (and locally, in most cases) is the white elephant in the room for corporations in the food and beverage industry.

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