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.
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.
Responsible, sustainable, measurable. Buzz words or action verbs?
For me, those are fighting words. As more companies join the fight to protect our natural resources, Earth Day serves as a reminder that those who use natural resources also have an obligation to foster responsible use.
CEOs and thought leaders from UNCCC, Siemens UK, IKEA Foundation, Kimberly Clark will meet at the 18th annual Responsible Business Summit Europe (10-12 June, London) widely renowned as the platform where leading global brands shape the future
March 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ - New speakers have joined the 18th annual Responsible Business Summit Europe (10-12 June, London) with the aim of share and identify new strategies to achieve sustainable development, as well as to find partnerships and innovations to lead on environmental and social issues whilst delivering greater transparency on your climate and reputational risks.
After learning that period products are often lacking at homeless shelters, Holly was inspired to make a difference. So she tweeted about it, and inspired us. We joined forces, along with DoSomething.org, and the Power to the Period Donation Drive was born.
Kimberly-Clark's head of sustainability for EMEA Tom Berry explores how some of the world's most intractable development issues, such as increasing access to education and improving sanitation, require effective behaviour change programmes to create real progress.