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Kimberly-Clark response re conflict between IECA membership and its sustainability policies

Author: Kimberly-Clark, Published on: 14 July 2017

The Industrial Energy Consumers of America (IECA) does not speak for Kimberly-Clark on environmental or climate issues. Kimberly-Clark believes that action must be taken to address climate change and we support the direction of the Paris Agreement's objectives regarding this important issue... Energy and Climate management is a key priority called out in our Sustainability 2022 strategy. We also support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and have used them in our most recent Sustainability Report to validate our key priorities...Last year, we announced a goal of a 20% reduction in absolute greenhouse gases by 2022. We are well on our way to achieving that goal.

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This is a response from the following companies: Kimberly-Clark