Getting the world’s ‘to do’ list done
Hunger. Poverty. Climate change. Inequality. How do you even begin to try to solve problems like these? A new global campaign suggests the best way to start might lie in writing the trusty ‘to do’ list
Find out the difference between global warming and climate change – and learn what we’re doing at Unilever and beyond to help tackle both.
We’re working to increase supplies of sustainable and deforestation-free palm oil by sourcing directly from producers on the ground. This not only benefits the local environment, it’s also a win for smallholders, independent mills and our own supply chains.
We’ve set ambitious goals. Climate action to hit net zero, reducing plastic, regenerating agriculture, raising living standards in our value chain. Through our Compass commitments we’re taking action to improve people’s health, protect the planet and build a fairer, inclusive world.
Research shows over 60% of people believe companies’ greatest responsibility is action on climate. For Earth Day, activist and biologist Swetha Stotra Bhashyam asks Eric Soubeiran, MD of our €1bn Climate & Nature Fund, what and how it will deliver.
By providing training and support, we’re helping women oil palm farmers in Indonesia to diversify their income and farm more sustainably.
The visibility that technology gives us into our supply chain means we can make it increasingly more transparent and traceable, and help us transform our business for a future where deforestation-free is the only way we operate.
Our new research explores how brands can maximise the power of social media influencers and create content that encourages sustainable living.
Nature is our global life-support system – we rely on it for everything, from the air we breathe to the ingredients used to make our products . That’s why we are committed to helping protect and restore the natural world.
Industry giants in the UK are joining forces in the first-ever cross-sector collaboration aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Flue2Chem project aims to convert industrial waste gases into chemicals that can be used to manufacture superior and more sustainable consumer products.
We asked three Unilever leaders who attended this year’s Consumer Electronics Show to tell us which tech trends and innovations made them sit up and take notice.
Our Sustainability Logistics Manager, Laura Realpe, explains how we’re reducing logistics emissions through a mix of increased efficiency, electric vehicles, and sustainably sourced biofuels.
The partnerships, programmes and purpose-led brands driving sustainable growth in one of Africa’s most vibrant countries.
What we’re doing to decarbonise our business