Water insecurity is becoming increasingly prevalent and investors are beginning to take notice. While Tyson and Hormel Foods have looked into water risk for their shareholder proposals, this proactive move by investors shows how water risks are not just environmental in nature. They may affect the very business license to operate in the near future, due to heightened climate change and its related cascading impacts. However, what remains uncertain is how serious investors are - what might be the penalty for these companies which continue their groundwater supply? Will they divest from these meat operations if information fails to be reported?