How a Beer Maker and a Bottled Water Company Want to Save Sierra Forests

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How a Beer Maker and a Bottled Water Company Want to Save Sierra Forests

State firefighters remove dead trees in a Sierra Nevada forest near Cressman in June. A project will test whether forest thinning will allow creeks and rivers to be replenished. Scott Smith - The Associated Press

Nelson Switzer, Chief Sustainability Officer, Nestle Waters North America

Jonah Smith, Sustainability Manager, MillerCoors

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Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 4:00pm

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

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In an op-ed for the Sacramento Bee, Jonah Smith, Sustainability Manager at MillerCoors and Nelson Switzer, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America share how they are working with 20 leading environmental organizations and food and beverage companies to protect California’s water supply.

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Keywords: Environment | American River | California | California Water Action Collaborative | MillerCoors | Nestle Waters | Positive Change | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Sacramento | Sierra Nevada | Social Impact & Volunteering

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

CONTENT: Article