Kimberly-Clark was named to Seramount’s (formerly Working Mother Media) fifth annual Inclusion Index for the second consecutive year. The Inclusion Index recognizes companies that are leading the way in creating diverse and inclusive work environments.
Kimberly-Clark today published its annual report on sustainability, providing the first update on the company’s global progress toward its 2030 sustainability strategy and goals, aimed at addressing the social and environmental challenges of the next decade with commitments to improve the lives and well-being of 1 billion people in underserved communities around the world with the smallest environmental footprint.
June 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As Kimberly-Clark works to provide the essential products its consumers need to care for themselves and their families, it is committed to doing so in a manner that cares for the world’s forests and the diversity of life they support.
The level of system change required to tackle many of the world’s most pressing challenges can seem overwhelming. Sometimes, a simple and unlikely symbol changes our perspectives. For personal care company Kimberly-Clark, it was a photo of an abandoned toilet in the middle of a field. A donation to a rural community to drive sanitation, it had never been used because the physical, social and cultural infrastructure to support its role in better sanitation hadn’t been addressed.
Agustina Mattioli has spent her entire career focusing on corporate social responsibility and sustainability for various multinational companies. Yet, when she had the opportunity to join Kimberly-Clark over two years ago, she was excited to lead the company’s sustainability efforts in its Latin American region alongside so many “inspiring female leaders in strategic positions across numerous functions.”
On World Water Day, Kimberly-Clark reaffirmed its commitment to drive water stewardship in water stressed regions around the world with the launch of WaterLOUPE 2.0, an updated version of an innovative, open-source tool to help communities analyze local risks to freshwater resources and create sustainable mitigation strategies.