Kimberly-Clark reports progress on ambition to be 100% Natural Forest Free, appoints Lisa Morden as Chief Sustainability Officer

Kimberly-Clark Corporation
June 5, 2024
Category: Business & Politics
Region: United States, US East

DALLAS — Kimberly-Clark today published its annual sustainability report, including an update on the company’s progress toward its 2030 sustainability goals and a new ambition to be 100% Natural Forest Free across its portfolio beyond 2030. …”Sustainability is woven into the fabric of our 152-year-old company’s innovation strategy and purpose, serving as a guiding principle across every facet of our operations,” said Mike Hsu, Chairman and CEO at Kimberly-Clark. …Building on Kimberly-Clark’s long-standing support of sustainable forest management, the company’s 100% Natural Forest Free commitment will greatly reduce its nature footprint since forests play a critical role in protecting biodiversity and helping mitigate climate change. Kimberly-Clark expects to be more than halfway to this goal by 2030. …The company also appointed Lisa Morden, formerly Vice President of Safety, Sustainability, and Occupational Health to the role of Chief Sustainability Officer.

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