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Partnerships CLIMATE CHANGE Our corporate partners have already made significant cuts in their greenhouse-gas emissions, and have made bold commitments to embrace renewable energy and cut emissions on an unprecedented scale. Business leaders were among the strongest voices urging governments to agree an ambitious climate deal. Among the many announcements made by leading companies as part of WWFbacked initiatives during the Paris conference: COMMODITIES Unsustainable production of commodities like palm oil, paper, soy and seafood drives deforestation, water scarcity, biodiversity loss, climate change and other threats to the natural world. But a relatively small number of companies have it in their power to transform global markets and make sustainable production the norm. Of our "top 100" priority companies: WATER STEWARDSHIP Water stewardship is about committing to sustainable management of shared water resources in the public interest. We support our business partners to progressively improve their water use, reduce their water-related impacts and take collective action to secure freshwater supplies for people and nature. 114 117 61 66 76 25 1 130 7 committed to reduce emissions in line with the scientific advice. agreed to report on their climate advocacy and influencing activities. pledged to buy 100 per cent renewable energy. have made credible, time-bound commitments to source at least one key certified sustainable commodity. are members of a multistakeholder roundtable, which is a first step toward sustainable sourcing. have strategic partnerships with WWF that aim to transform their supply chain. The World Economic Forum ranks water crises as the number 1 risk to business for the next 10 years. WWF has 130 corporate partners working on freshwater issues - our fastest growing conservation topic. Last year we engaged with seven global industry associations and many other multilateral organizations on water issues. WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 37

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