Sources of scientific data referencing Kimberly-Clark Corporation
|ClimateCounts.org||Climate Counts compares companies on their commitment to tackling global warming. Change from previous year's score: No Change Review: 18/22 points. Kimberly-Clark has regularly measured its impact on global warming and expects to expand its review in the future. Reduce: 31/56 points. Kimberly-Clark has established general goals to reduce its energy use and has reduced some of its impact on global warming (i.e., its greenhouse gas emissions or climate footprint). Policy Stance: 1/10 points. Kimberly-Clark provides limited public information that it supports public policy that addresses climate change. Report: 9/12 points. Kimberly-Clark has made public information available on its companywide efforts to address global warming.||May 12, 2011||Kimberly-Clark|
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|Social :: Human Rights||100% on Corporate Equality Index||Company listed under the Household Products category.||Jan. 1, 2011||Kimberly-Clark|
|Environmental :: Deforestation||Greenpeace||'Kleercut' Campaign, began in 2004 by Greenpeace against Kimberly-Clark for using pulp from clearcut ancient forests, including North America's Boreal forest, was ended in August 2009 with Kimberley Clark's commitment to ensure that 40% of its North American tissue fiber is either recycled or FSC certified by 2011, with the larger goal to get to 100%.||Aug. 1, 2009||Kimberly-Clark|
|Environmental :: Deforestation||Company Websites (Miscellaneous)||Kimberly-Clark Corporation committed to employ 40 percent of either recycled fiber or FSC-certified wood fiber in all North American tissue products by the end of 2011, which represents an estimated 600,000 tons annually - an increase of more than 70 percent above 2007. By the end of 2009, they surpassed this goal with 42.6 percent environmental preferred fiber (recycled fibers and FSC-certified) in North American tissue products.||June 6, 2009||Kimberly-Clark|
|Social :: Human Rights||100% on Corporate Equality Index||Kimberly-Clark Corp. Irving are list as best practice on report card on the 2009 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality in corporate America.||Jan. 1, 2009||Kimberly-Clark|
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