Mapping Our Impact

Learn more about our Company, brand projects and partnerships that are reducing our environmental footprint, conserving precious resources, and helping ensure a healthy planet for present and future generations. The interactive map below details our activities on how we are helping make our home better across forestry, plastic packaging, water and climate.


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Keeping Forests as Forests – Now and for Generations to Come

Forests are critical to supporting life on earth and protecting them is essential to the people and wildlife that call them home. We are committed to zero deforestation in our supply chain. For example, we require our wood pulp in products be third-party certified - for every tree we use at least one is regrown. Learn more at We are helping protect and restore nature through partnerships and projects around the world and are committed to a regenerative approach. We are planting more than a million trees through partnerships to protect and restore forests that touch 35 countries and are committed to the long-term health of natural ecosystems that are essential to people, wildlife and the planet.
Click on any pin on the map above to learn more about our forestry efforts and programs.

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Ending Plastic Waste Together


Alliance to End Plastic Waste

Alliance to End Plastic Waste


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Ending Plastic Waste Together


Ending Plastic Waste in the Environment - In 2019, we joined more than 20 companies across the plastics value chain to form the Alliance to End Plastic Waste – with a mission to rally collective action to end plastic waste in the environment. The Alliance partners government, companies, NGOs and communities work together globally to deliver a portfolio of big-impact solutions focused on four strategic pillars – infrastructure, innovation, education and cleanup.


The Alliance membership has grown to nearly 60 members. P&G CEO David Taylor took the lead to serve as the first Chairman of the Alliance. We have raised $1 billion out of a target $1.5 billion over five years. As of March 2021, the Alliance has committed to more than 30 projects, with two-thirds in implementation phase. One example is Closing the Loop which works by supporting local entrepreneurs from vulnerable communities in Accra, Ghana. Plastic waste is collected and sold to be recycled and reused. This is done with our partner the ASASE Foundation. Another example is The End Plastic Waste Innovation Platform which began in 2019 with its first innovation hub in Silicon Valley. Since then, another five hubs including Paris, Singapore and Johannesburg have been created. The platform has sourced and reviewed more than 2,000 startups, with more than 50 commercial pilots launched.