“We applaud P&G’s commitment to responsible forestry, and its decision to publicize these robust goals around FSC certification,” said Linda Walker, WWF’s GFTN-NA Program Manager. “With increasing pressure on the world’s natural forest to meet the growing global demand for wood and agricultural products, P&G’s actions serve as an example that we would like to see from many more companies.”
These goals also reflect P&G’s commitment as a member of the Consumer Goods Forum, a group of global companies that are committed to ensuring zero net deforestation by 2020.
Details on this commitment and P&G’s overall environmental efforts will be published in the Company’s Sustainability Report on November 12
. P&G will also provide updates on progress toward the goal in future annual sustainability reports.
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