With negotiations on a UN treaty on plastic pollution kicking off next week in Uruguay, here’s what Unilever – and other businesses – are asking governments to consider at the talks.
How we're innovating for a waste-free world
The next round of negotiations on a UN treaty to end plastic pollution takes place this week in Nairobi. It’s a critical stage of the process that should begin to focus on the detail, with talks centring around a zero draft of what will ultimately become the legally binding text.
Five years on from the launch of the Global Commitment initiative to help build a circular economy for plastic, two new reports outline its learnings and industry progress. The perfect time to speak to our Head of Packaging about how we’re getting on with our own ambitious goals.
Find out why a sustainable approach is better for business, people and planet, and how Unilever is working to make sustainable living commonplace.
The global shipping industry accounts for about 2% of global CO2 emissions. Director of International Logistics and Decarbonisation, Sundarrajan Bhyravan explains how reducing shipping emissions is good for business and planet.
Pot Noodle is trialling a change in the way it makes its famous pots, moving from plastic to paper. This new design marks the biggest innovation in its packaging since the brand launched over 40 years ago.
Next week in Paris, negotiations on a UN treaty on plastic pollution continue. But why are these talks so pivotal? And what is Unilever – as part of the Business Coalition for a Global Plastics Treaty – asking governments to consider?
Our new research explores how brands can maximise the power of social media influencers and create content that encourages sustainable living.
In the first of our head-to-head interviews with members of the Unilever Leadership Executive, we speak with Hanneke Faber, President of Nutrition. From growing the business to advocating for sustainable food systems, discover her menu for change.
New initiative will help create a circular economy for plastics in India by setting up material recovery facilities, promoting household segregation of waste and supporting the social inclusion of thousands of workers within the informal waste-picking sector.
No one likes throwing away good food. Our latest pilot with the Too Good To Go app allows consumers to have Unilever brands delivered directly to their door, cutting costs and food waste.
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.
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.
Using less plastic, keeping it in the loop for longer by using recycled content, finding alternatives to cutting out new plastic completely.