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Endless Imagination

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Endless Imagination

What if something that you worked passionately to achieve was literally flushed down the toilet? At Georgia-Pacific’s Innovation Institute®, it happens all the time.

We make things that make the world better.

We make things that make the world better.

We are more than 60,000 hardworking Americans. We are men and women spread across 12 diverse industries and throughout the country. Yet we are bound together by principles that matter.

Forward Focused

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Forward Focused

Change is the common thread woven throughout Saad Syed’s 25 years of life, and he hopes to inspire others to make a little difference of their own.

Working for a Win-Win

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Working for a Win-Win

In business, there are often winners and losers. As a lifelong Iowa farmer, Nathan Underwood is helping local ethanol plants and fellow corn growers find mutual success.

Growing a Stronger Planet

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Growing a Stronger Planet

As humans, our population is rapidly expanding. Our planet, however, is not. In a world where many already go hungry, we all have a very clear, very daunting challenge on our hands. Fortunately, we also have John Kruse.

Making it Better

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Making it Better

How a team at Koch went all in to eliminate benzene from the production of a miracle substance we all use.

Open Waters

Open Waters

Alexis Underwood is diving into the competitive world of professional swimming, and also exercising her goal-driven determination as a sales team leader at Georgia-Pacific.

The Go-To Guy

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The Go-To Guy

From illustration to innovation, Guy Johnson has a passion for making John Zink Hamworthy Combustion a better, safer place for everyone.

Challenge of a Lifetime

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Challenge of a Lifetime

A determined cancer survivor and a diverse team of experts are making progress together in the pursuit of a cure.

Force of Nature

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Force of Nature

Growing up on a river taught her to respect the connections between people, natural resources and the environment. Now she inspires all of Koch to do the same.

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