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Leading With Diplomacy: My Never Stand Still Conversation With Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright

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Madeleine Albright was the first woman to serve as the U.S. Secretary of State. She was also Ambassador to the United Nations and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States. Her accolades and honors are as extensive as her brooch collection, which she uses as a form of personal expression.

Kimberly-Clark to Manufacture its Kleenex®, Scott® and Other Iconic Brands in North America with Renewable Energy

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Kimberly-Clark, General Mills and Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. broke ground this week on the Maverick Creek Wind Project in Eden, Texas. When completed, Maverick Creek will power the production of Kimberly-Clark’s essential products in North America, including Cottonelle®, Viva®, Scott® and Kleenex®, with 670,000 megawatt hours of renewable energy annually.
 

Subaru of America Finds Homes for Pets in Need During 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show

Automaker Partners with Local Shelters to Host Pet Adoption Event
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CAMDEN, N.J. – November 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced it will be hosting a pet adoption event during the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show through a partnership with several local animal shelters. The event, which will take place at the Subaru exhibit inside the LA Convention Center, seeks to unite pets with their forever homes.

Merck Inducted Into US Chamber of Commerce’s Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame for Long-Term Commitment to Corporate Responsibility

The Chamber of Commerce announced its 20th Annual Citizens Awards in Washington D.C.
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On Thursday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce inducted Merck into the inaugural Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame, which documents the living history of corporate philanthropy and social responsibility.

Kimberly-Clark Joins Toilet Board Coalition Summit to Challenge Sanitation’s Next Generation

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On World Toilet Day 2019, a delegation of Kimberly-Clark leaders joined hundreds of sanitation entrepreneurs, NGOs and other global businesses at the Toilet Board Coalition’s Global Sanitation Economy Summit in Pune, India to discuss investment, innovation and the integration of menstrual hygiene management into the larger sanitation vision.

Republic’s Ragland-Castaneda Talks Organics Diversion, Food Recovery

The Waste360 40 Under 40 award winner shares information about her career and Republic Services’ food recovery and organics diversion efforts
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Tania Ragland-Castaneda has always had a passion for the environment and learning about how the world takes care of its resources, so it’s no surprise that she has taken that passion and turned it into a successful career at Republic Services.

Ragland-Castaneda, who was recently promoted from organics program manager to a municipal relationship manager, has covered a lot of ground since joining the industry about five years ago. She’s taken on tasks focused on organics diversion, food recovery and legislative and regulatory compliance, just to name a few.

Back to Where It All Began

By Sara Appleyard Adams, Senior Director, Communications and Marketing, CECP
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Paul Newman was worried. In 1982, he’d started his own food company, Newman’s Own, Inc., to give all of its profits to charitable organizations to address pressing social challenges. He’d won awards for his work as an actor, a racecar driver, and as a philanthropist, particularly for his work founding The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp for kids coping with cancer and other serious illnesses. Yet, by 1997, the path he’d pioneered with Newman’s Own to utilize corporate resources in service of societal good seemed to be just little more than a footpath, not the speedway he’d envisioned.

Just Released: Accelerating Corporate Renewable Energy Engagement in China

New report assesses current and emerging clean energy procurement options in the Chinese voluntary renewable energy market
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November 15, 2019 /3BL Media/ - In the last decade, multinational corporations have rapidly increased purchases of renewable electricity throughout their global operations in order to access competitive electricity prices and distinguish their brands through environmental leadership. China has become a major market for this new procurement as companies increase the amount of renewable energy sourced for their own operations. At the same time, Chinese manufacturers are also transitioning to clean energy throughout their product supply chains.

Merck Named One of America’s Most Just Companies by Forbes and Just Capital

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Merck was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies for 2020, according to Forbes and JUST Capital, the leading corporate measurement platform for

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