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Women forced to walk an additional 5-6 kilometers to get water for daily use
Many children were forced to leave school to assist in household chores sense women had had additional burdens. Consequences for Kala Dera: Transport water from the nearest aquifer that may not be stressed
Store water from low-stress seasons
Relocate the plant to a water-surplus area
Shut down the facility Assessment Solutions
(Our Recommendations) TERI Assessment: Kala Dera area was declared as "over exploited" by the central Ground Water Board in 1998
Coca Cola decided to build its bottling plant there anyway
Coca Cola refused to share the Environmental Impact Assessment
Rainwater harvesting structures were found to be "dilapidated" To refresh the world - in mind, body, spirit
To inspire moments of optimism - through our brands and actions
To create value and make a difference everywhere we engage Values Leadership: The courage the shape a better future
Collaboration: Leverage collective genius
Accountability: If it is to be, its up to me
Passion: Committed in heart and mind
Diversity: As inclusive as our brands
Quality: What we do, we do well Problems In Kala Dera Kala Dera is a large village in India outside of Jaipur
Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood
Coca-Cola started its bottling operations in 2000
Within a year the people of Kara Dera noticed rapid decline of groundwater levels Water stewardship and replenish report Coca-Cola is claiming 53.8 billion liters of water have been replenished to communities annually
Six times the amount of water it extracts in Kala Dera is also a candidate for a world record Group Member: Megan Bernardoni , Alek Kihnke
Kento Shukutan , Jin Shi Li Be a responsible citizen that makes a difference by helping build and support sustainable communities.
Bring to the world a portfolio of quality beverage brands that anticipate and satisfy people's desires and needs. Vision Unethical behavior of Coca-Cola bottling plants in India Massive extraction of water from the common groundwater
resource by the compuany puts local communities
in a tough situation
These bottling plants has been indiscriminately discharging its waste water into the fields around its plant. The groundwater has been polluted as well as the soil. Public health authorities advised the community that the water around wells and hand pumps is not consumable for human. In India over 70% of the population makes a living related to agriculture, therefore stealing the water and poisoning the water and soil is a sure recipe for disaster.
Coca-Cola has decided that the problems in India are a public relations problem, and that they will "spin" them away. In fact, it is very misleading, because in the area of does Kala Dera it only receives low rainfall (less than 600 mm annually) and nine of the last twenty-six years have been drought years. http://www.coca-colacompany.com/search?q=Mission%2C+Vision+%26+Values