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  • Sun shining through the trees

    Unilever tops industry group in Dow Jones Sustainability Indices

    September 2014 - Unilever has been named leader of the Food, Beverage and Tobacco industry group in the 2014 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) review - one of only 24 companies to be named as industry group leaders.

  • Tastes of Africa

    Encouraging communities across Africa to create healthier meals

    August 2014: Unilever joined international nutrition experts at the African Nutrition Epidemiology Conference to discuss the challenges of improving African diets and encouraging behaviour change around health and well-being.

  • Palm oil worker

    Good progress against sustainability targets

    April 2014: Unilever is making good progress against its Unilever Sustainable Living Plan targets.

  • Paul Polman

    Paul Polman delivers Grantham Institute for Climate Change Annual Lecture

    April 2014: It is within our power to eradicate poverty, eliminate disease and create a fairer world. But all that depends on our ability to respond to climate change, CEO Paul Polman said in his address at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change.

  • Waste recycling in a Unilever factory

    Zero waste

    75% of our factories no longer send non-hazardous waste to landfill sites, a significant step forward from 20% just three years ago.

  • Jakarta washing their hands with Lifebuoy soap

    Lifebuoy accreditation

    Lifebuoy is the first-ever soap to receive the Royal Society for Public Health’s (RSPH) new accreditation status for campaigns.

  • Tree inspection

    Unilever helps launch Global Forest Watch

    February 2014: Unilever has joined with a group of more than 40 partners to launch Global Forest Watch, a dynamic online monitoring and alert system to help protect forests worldwide.

  • Knorr stock cubes

    Salt reduction - from awareness to action

    March 2014 - As one of the world's largest food manufacturers, Unilever is playing its part in helping to tackle some of the biggest public health challenges.

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