As part of our Climate Transition Action Plan, we’re switching 100% of our energy to renewable sources by 2030. Read on to discover five ways we’re taking action on this challenge.
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Websites have a carbon footprint from the energy used to power and access them. Discover how we’re working to reduce the environmental impact of our websites to make our network even more digitally sustainable.
It takes around 4 million hectares of land to grow the raw materials used in Unilever products. To ensure they are grown sustainably, we need to support the farmers who supply us as they make the shift to regenerative agriculture. But what does this mean and how will it work?
Deforestation is a driver of climate change. Lana Kristanto, sustainable sourcing specialist, explains how we’re working towards a deforestation-free supply chain and why protecting and regenerating nature is a key part of our climate strategy.
To launch our ‘From the Ground Up’ campaign exploring the importance of regenerative agriculture and the urgent need to transition at scale, we invited thought leaders from across the food industry to a LinkedIn Live dedicated to all things soil health. Here are four takeaways.
As Unilever works to reduce emissions across our value chain, Eric Soubeiran shares his views in Reuters Industry Insight on how businesses can unlock faster climate action.
Working with partners, our India business is piloting the production of synthetic soda ash – a key ingredient in laundry powder – with a near-zero greenhouse gas footprint. If proved at scale, this innovation could help unlock faster emissions reductions in our supply chain.
The world isn’t reducing emissions quickly enough to meet global targets and avoid climate breakdown. Unilever is calling on governments attending COP28 to urgently increase ambition and accelerate action, so we can go further, faster in the race to net zero.
Discover the electric vehicles, biofuels, route optimisation and smart warehousing innovations that are helping drive efficiencies and cut emissions in our road transport fleet.
Find out why a sustainable approach is better for business, people and planet, and how Unilever is working to make sustainable living commonplace.
Innovation and collaboration will be essential for Unilever to reach net zero by 2039. Read on to meet the experts helping to tackle emissions across the business, from sustainable sourcing of our ingredients to changing formulations and optimising manufacturing and distribution.
At Climate Week NYC, the University of Oxford, in partnership with Unilever, has launched a new report identifying the policy interventions needed to address the carbon emissions of everyday cleaning, laundry and home care products.
The 2022 results of our regenerative agriculture projects are in and it is good news, with progress made across the field. As Unilever continues to add and scale up projects in 2023 and beyond, we take a closer look at the environmental impact these first programmes are making.
What we’re doing to decarbonise our business