Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American personal care corporation was founded in 1872 by John A. Kimberly, Havilah Babcock, Charles B. Clark and Franklyn C. Shattuck in Neenah, Wisconsin which results in paper-based consumer products with employees around 56,000 in July 2010. Kimberly-Clark brand name products include Kleenex facial tissue, Kotex feminine hygiene products, Cottonelle, Scott and Andrex toilet paper, Wypall utility wipes, KimWipes scientific cleaning wipes, and Huggies disposable diapers.
It is also listed among the Fortune 500 and Subsidiaries under it includes Kimberly-Clark Health Care and Kimberly-Clark Professional. The groups first business was operating paper mills which later developed to cellu-cotton, a cotton substitute used by the United States Army as surgical cotton during World War I. In 2005, Greenpeace launched the Kleercut campaign against Kimberly-Clark because the company had been linked to the logging of ancient Boreal forests, then the environmental organization charged that Kimberly-Clark was using more than 3 million tonnes of pulp a year from forests to produce tissue products, such as the Kleenex brand.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Kimberly-Clark Corporation that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.