How can you spot future-fit farming? Look for the bees. Over the last ten years, we’ve been working with farmers and smallholders, finding ways both to protect biodiversity and to secure our supply chains. Here’s why.
Four ways we’re improving how we source materials
More than 1.2 million people signed the European Citizens’ Initiative to save cruelty-free cosmetics and end animal testing. Great news! But what happens now? Here’s what we’re doing…
The partnerships, programmes and purpose-led brands driving sustainable growth in one of Africa’s most vibrant countries.
The brand’s first Impact Report highlights the partnerships and programmes it supports to help Black-owned businesses grow.
We’re teaming up with cosmetics and personal care businesses across Europe as a Pioneer member of the new Cosmetics Europe Commit for our Planet initiative.
Groundbreaking solutions like satellite imaging and artificial intelligence are helping us better understand areas at risk of deforestation and those that have high potential for regeneration.
From reducing cow burps with red seaweed to heating homes with manure, Unilever’s Sustainable Sourcing Manager for Dairy, Klaas Jan van Calker, explains how we’re working to cut emissions in the dairy sector.
Big business must use its influence to drive faster action on climate change. Hannah Hislop and Subhi Barakat, Climate Action Global Sustainability Managers at Unilever, explain why.
New report details progress and learnings from five programmes in Southeast Asia, each targeted at sustainable development that delivers benefits for all.
Soil is failing across the world: every five seconds a soccer pitch of soil is eroded, and it’s estimated that by 2050 around 90 % of the Earth’s soils could be degraded. What does this mean for people and planet, and what can we do to restore a healthy balance to the soil we need to survive?
A unique ambassador is announcing Magnum’s upscale of its female empowerment programme for farming communities where it sources much of its cocoa. AWA is an avatar created from the faces of 128 Ivorian women who’ve been positively impacted and have brilliant stories to tell.
Cutting business waste is just one of the ingredients in Unilever Food Solutions’ recipe for a waste-free future. We spoke to chefs Alex Hall in the UK, Audrey Crone in Ireland and Mary Worthington in South Africa to find out how they’re helping reduce waste and increase profit margins in the process.
We must work together with our suppliers to tackle their greenhouse gas emissions in order to bring our own to net zero. Stella Constantatos, Senior Manager in our Business Operations Sustainability team, explains why.
Ending deforestation within our supply chain is one of the biggest contributions Unilever can make to create a more sustainable world and maintain consumers' trust in our products.