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Kimberly-Clark Canada Joins the Canada Plastics Pact and Reinforces Commitment to Plastics Footprint Reduction

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Reinforcing its commitment to address the social and environmental challenges of the next decade, today Kimberly-Clark announced its participation in the Canada Plastics Pact. Kimberly-Clark knows that strategic partnerships are critical to unlocking new opportunities for sustainability, innovation and growth across its value chain. More importantly, consumers of its trusted brands, including Kleenex®, Huggies®, Pull-Ups® and Depend®, want more sustainable options.

Kotex and South African Pop Star Create 'She Can Anthem' to Challenge Period Misconceptions

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To help break down stereotypes and misconceptions about periods, Kimberly-Clark’s Kotex® brand partnered with South Africa’s well-known music artist and megastar Boity Thulo to invite South Africans to submit lyrics addressing period stigma to write the 'She Can Anthem.' With more than 500 lines of lyrics submitted by both women and men, the 'She Can Anthem' recently hit the #19 spot on South Africa’s music charts.

Kimberly-Clark and Texas Women's Foundation Partner on GENDER MATTERS™ Podcast Series

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Texas Women’s Foundation (TXWF) recently launched the GENDER MATTERS™ podcast series that features seven female leaders from Kimberly-Clark interviewing the 2021 TXWF Leadership Forum & Awards Celebration winners. The awards honor seven female trailblazers in Texas who have led the way in advancing equity, economic security and leadership for women and girls and created a pathway of opportunity for other women to follow. 

Kotex and NGO Partners 'Ignite a New Cycle' to Champion a Better Future for Women and Girls

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“I wear my Menstruation Bracelet as a reminder that periods are a natural part of being a woman, yet they hold so many women and girls back from what they can achieve,” said Alessandra Castro, the global brand purpose and social impact director for adult and feminine care at Kimberly-Clark.

By Leading with Inclusion, Kimberly-Clark Drives Change from the Inside Out

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For Erin Mitchell Richeson, the COVID-19 pandemic and global social justice movement reminded the business world that “employees can’t just log off from reality when they log on or show up for work.”

Kimberly-Clark's Kotex Brand to Host 'Igniting a New Cycle' on May 27

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Kimberly-Clark’s Kotex® brand is built on a promise to women that a period should never stand in the way of her progress.

Kimberly-Clark North American Consumer Tissue Manufacturing is Now Powered by 100% Wind Energy

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Maverick Creek, a 50,000-acre wind farm in Eden, Texas that is owned and operated by Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp., is now powering the production of many essential products like Cottonelle®, Viva®, Scott® and Kleenex® with more than 670,000 megawatt hours of renewable energy annually. The new wind farm also reduces Kimberly-Clark’s greenhouse gas emissions by more than 300,000 MTCO2e, which is equivalent to emissions from more than 71,000 passenger vehicles driven for one year.

Kimberly-Clark Professional Supports Essential Heroes During the Pandemic

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Starting any new job at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was a challenge, but for Susan Gambardella–the president of Kimberly-Clark Professional North America – her top priorities were taking care of her team members as well as the essential heroes in the commercial cleaning industry who use Kimberly-Clark Professional’s trusted brands to keep others safe.  

For Two Women, Stepping Out of Their Comfort Zone Was a Stepping Stone to Success

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Challenging yourself can be scary. For Damaris Aracil, Kimberly-Clark's logistics and distribution manager for Northern Europe, it’s just another day at work.

“Moving from your comfort zone, moving countries, changing jobs – it’s scary at the beginning, but then your body gets used to it, knows what to expect and you feel comfortable again,” said Damaris.

Hiromi Nakamura Svensson knows the feeling. Her Kimberly-Clark career has taken many twists and turns.

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