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Kimberly-Clark Employees Recognized for Leadership in Sustainability With Crystal Tree Awards

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Kimberly-Clark teams around the world were recognized this week for exceptional sustainability leadership with the company’s annual Crystal Tree Awards.

Making Lives Better Is Her Mission in Latin America

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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.”

Climate Change is Worsening Water Scarcity: How Business Can Help

Words by Kate Zerrenner
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About 4 billion people live in water-stressed areas and face severe water scarcity during at least one month each year. Over a billion more — including 1 in 4 children — will live in areas of extremely high water stress by 2040.

Kimberly-Clark Launches Expanded WaterLOUPE 2.0 Tool to Help Communities Develop Sustainable Water Stewardship Plans

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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.

Nigeria GM Leads Effort to Support Mothers and Girls

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When Vani Malik joined Kimberly-Clark as the general manager for our Nigeria operations last summer, she didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from accelerating Kimberly-Clark’s efforts to tackle major obstacles that mothers and girls face in Nigeria.

Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and most populated country, with one of the highest birth rates in the world – more than 6 million babies are born every year. Kimberly-Clark has invested $100 million to date in this strategic market, including a new diaper manufacturing facility that will open this year.

Kimberly-Clark Named One of Barron's “100 Most Sustainable Companies” for 2021

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Following the release of its 2030 ambitions last year to halve its environmental impact, Kimberly-Clark improved its ranking to 34th on Barron’s 2021 list of 100 Most Sustainable Companies.

Companies Can Address the Impact of Single-Use Plastics in the Era of COVID-19

Words by Roya Sabri
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As people attempt to go about their daily routines safely during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the role of plastics has changed once again.

Measure, Manage, Mitigate: A Three-Step Solution for Corporate Climate Action

Words by Kate Zerrenner
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While the human and environmental costs of climate change play out before our eyes — from a devastating wildfire season on the U.S. West Coast to severe storms brewing in the Atlantic — an alarming new report makes the future economic costs all the more clear.

Finding Common Ground in Unexpected Places

For Kimberly-Clark employee Jim King, his work with Common Ground Outdoor Adventures has given him a different perspective on how we define success, and what it means to lead with care.
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Jim King never takes his ability to walk, see or hear for granted. For the past three years, he has volunteered as a ski coach with Common Ground Outdoor Adventures, which provides life-enhancing outdoor recreation for over 3,600 youth and adults in Utah with disabilities.

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