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IFF and Unilever launch partnership to improve lives of vetiver farming communities in Haiti

LES CAYES, HAITI - International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. and Unilever announced today a new partnership with leading non-governmental organizations to enhance the livelihoods of smallholder vetiver farmers in Haiti. The partnership, Vetiver Together, aims to sustainably improve food security, increase yields, and diversify income, while working to support women’s empowerment and environmental conservation.

Report shows how access to water can empower women

London - A new Global report launched today by Unilever brand Sunlight, WaterAid, Oxfam, and social enterprise, NextDrop, examines the cost of time lost across the world by women and girls through the simple act of accessing clean water.

$10 million Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to support smallholder farmers

New York, NY – Unilever, Acumen and the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, have launched a landmark Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment to Action called the Enhanced Livelihoods Investment Initiative (ELII) to improve the livelihoods of as many as 300,000 smallholder farmers and their communities in Africa, South Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Unilever calls for more ambitious energy and GHG emissions targets

London / Rotterdam / Brussels, 14 October 2014 - Unilever, together with ten other companies, calls upon the European Member States to adopt an ambitious position on energy efficiency, renewables and climate change on 23 and 24 October, including a binding greenhouse gas emissions reduction target way beyond 40%, a binding 40% renewable energy target and a binding 40% energy efficiency target by 2030.

100% of Palm Oil bought will be traceable to known sources by end 2014

London/ Rotterdam/ Medan - Unilever today announced a significant move in its journey to accelerate market transformation towards sustainable palm oil, announcing that by the end of 2014, all of the palm oil Unilever buys globally will be traceable to known sources.

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