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Drinking Nasty Swamp Water (to save the world)

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While I'm normally a physics guy, got to give the chemists out there props on this one. Also props to Bill and Melinda Gates for partnering with me on this video. Check out their 2019 annual letter here- https://b-gat.es/2RPpLCc Here is a link to learn more about P&G's initiative and to donate (again...

Four-Year-Old Twins Attend Class at the Only School in Their Village

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These four-year-old twins attend class at the only school in their village. Here they are using a church as a classroom. They are lucky to live near the school and water pump, which they walk to every morning to get water. Other children from the villages around Lake Victoria in Uganda have to walk for up to two hours to make it to school, and many have to stay at home to help their parents in the garden by carrying water.

P&G and Walmart Launch Global Clean Drinking Water Initiative

The two giants announced an association to provide safe drinking water for children and their families through the P&G Safe Drinking Water Program for Children
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The two important companies work together to help provide clean drinking water to children and their families. Walmart International will collaborate with “1 purchase = 1 liter of clean water” in the countries where the firm is present. Buyers can contribute to one of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

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P&G Sets New Goal to Deliver 25 Billion Liters of Clean Drinking Water to Families in Need Worldwide

After achieving its 2020 goal of delivering 15 billion liters one year early, the Company increases its target to 25 billion liters of clean water by 2025
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CINCINNATI, March 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ — This World Water Day, Procter & Gamble (P&G) is celebrating the achievement of its 2020 goal of delivering 15 billion liters of clean drinking water through its non-profit Children’s Safe Drinking Water (CSDW) Program. P&G is now accelerating its efforts to help provide clean drinking water to even more people by delivering 25 billion liters – more than 100 billion glasses of water – worldwide by 2025.

This Revealing P&G Campaign Takes a Look at Couples' Mental To-do Lists

Proximity's #mentaldownload project in Spain takes a more nuanced look at gender imbalance
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By Alexandra Jardine

P&G is taking a revealing look at the gender imbalance in household chores in its latest campaign from Spain.

In a project titled #mentaldownload (#descargamental in Spanish) the company aims to reflect that, despite the fact that families and roles are changing, many women continue to be responsible for all logistics and decision-making in the home.

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Walmart, P&G Collaborate For Clean Drinking Water Campaign

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Walmart and Procter & Gamble have announced a partnership that will help provide clean drinking water to children and their families through the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Programme.

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As a part of the partnership, Walmart International will support the '1 Purchase = 1 Litre of Clean Water' campaign in countries where it has a presence.

Giving Consumers a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Sustainable Forestry

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With certified companies such as Procter & Gamble, the Forest Stewardship Council is advancing a strategy to help consumers understand the impacts of their purchases.

The World’s Biggest Plastic Producers Join Forces to Improve Waste Collection and Recycling

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A coalition of the world’s biggest plastic producers and users has set up a new US$1.5 billion fund to improve waste collection and recycling in developing countries.

The fund will focus its spending in Southeast Asia, where waste collection systems are lacking and leakage of plastic into waterways is the most severe.

Procter & Gamble is Proud to be a Founding Member of the Alliance to End Plastic Waste

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Plastics have changed the world. However, the rapid growth of middle-class and industrial economies has drastically increased the world's plastic consumption in recent decades – and infrastructure development has not kept pace. The result is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

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