Five years ago, Kimberly-Clark and Greenpeace established a framework for collaboration to work positively toward long-term solutions to conserve and protect forest resources worldwide. Appropriately marking the traditional “wood” anniversary, K-C and Greenpeace hosted a first-of-its-kind Twitter chat on August 5th, 2014, to discuss progress and future goals.
The chat covered topics such as how K-C and Greenpeace resolved their differences five years ago, what they’ve achieved since, how their relationship thrives, and where the two are moving next.
Twitter chat guests included:
- Peggy Ward (@PeggyatKC), Kimberly-Clark’s sustainability strategy leader for North America consumer tissue
- Richard Brooks (@RBGreenpeace), forest campaign coordinator for Greenpeace Canada
- Rolf Skar (@RolfSkarGP), forest campaign director for Greenpeace USA
The conversation took place at #ForestSolutions. In case you missed it, the Storify Twitter Chat summary is below.
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