Kleenex Maker Joins Greenpeace to Reduce Use of Old-Growth Timber

Kleenex Maker Joins Greenpeace to Reduce Use of Old-Growth Timber

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boreal-forest-bc-gov.jpgPaper products giant Kimberly-Clark joined forces with Greenpeace on Wednesday, pledging to conserve forests by getting wood fiber from environmentally responsible sources and using more recycled fiber.

Greenpeace activists had waged a nearly 5-year campaign against the maker of Kleenex and Cottonelle for clear-cutting in Canada’s ancient boreal forest, part of the world’s largest intact forest.

(Read more in Reuters)

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