Water is a priority for Coca‑Cola Company because it is essential to live, our beverages and the communities we serve

Water is also critical to public health, food security, biodiversity and the climate crisis. The world is experiencing increased water scarcity, with demands for safe, usable water exceeding supply in certain areas.

We have operations nearly everywhere in the world - in more than 200 countries and territories. That means we have a responsibility to accelerate our efforts to help address water stress, protect local water resources and help build community climate resilience - communities' ability to adapt to these changing conditions. 

Key Goals of our 2030 Water Security Strategy

Our 2030 Water Security Strategy is focused on accelerating the actions needed to increase water security where we operate, source ingredients and touch people's lives.

Water Replenishment

We have replenished more than 100% of the water used in our finished beverages every year since 2015.

Community Programs to Support Access to Water & Sanitation

Together with The Coca‑Cola Foundation, our partners and co-funders, we helped support millions of people gain access to water, sanitation and hygiene and recovery during crises and natural disasters.

Helping the Great Barrier Reef

The declining health of the Great Barrier Reef is a global concern, urgent action was needed to reduce the impact of human activity on the reef including by introducing more sustainable farming practices.

Landcare partnership

The Farm Dam Restoration project, a community program restoring degraded farm dams aiming to improve drought resilience, natural wildlife and water quality, has been launched by Landcare Australia and the Coca‑Cola Australia Foundation (CCAF).