Starting with the basics!
- — Aman Singh (@AmanSinghCSR)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:00:53
On August 5, 2014, they celebrated five years of working together!
For context, a must watch!
- — martin brown (@fairsnape)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:20:42
And we get started with our chat - a few prepared questions to offer context followed by audience questions:
- — Aman Singh (@AmanSinghCSR)Tue, Aug 05 2014 16:58:32
- — Peggy Ward (@PeggyatKC)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:02:39
- — Richard Brooks (@RBGreenpeace)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:03:57A1c: but most of all have co-led KC/GP partnership since fateful day 5 yrs ago. Also support corp relations globally on #forestsolutions
- — Rolf Skar (@RolfSkarGP)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:04:37
Getting over differences:
- — Richard Brooks (@RBGreenpeace)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:05:21A2a: We started talking abt real impactful changes that could be made to pulp sourcing. Both wanted to resolve the conflict #forestsolutions
- — Richard Brooks (@RBGreenpeace)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:05:31A2b: It was 2 people, 1 from K-C, 1 from GP, who backed by teams negotiated a new policy & end to the campaign. #forestsolution
- — Richard Brooks (@RBGreenpeace)Tue, Aug 05 2014 17:05:41A2c: We had to build during those negotiations. We offered was not to show up at KCs AGM while discussions were ongoing #forestsolution
From Conflict to Collaboration: Kimberly-Clark and Greenpeace Chat LIVE on Twitter
Five years ago, Kimberly-Clark and Greenpeace established a framework to work toward long-term solutions to conserve forest resources. On their “wood” anniversary, they hosted a first-of-its-kind Twitter chat to discuss how they went past their tensions, facilitated by @AmanSinghCSR & @NickAster:
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