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…towards better hygiene.
So our approach on nutrition and hygiene
is twofold: to take action ourselves where
we have a direct role and clear commercial
rationale; and to…
…the local landscape, must take place, an action
plan developed and followed The action plan (which will
usually be combined with the Biodiversity Action Plan –
see below) may involve…
…private sectors can best take proactive and effective action in tackling climate change. Caring for Climate
also encourages the private sector to take practical actions to continuously drive…
new solutions for improving nutrition.
We have it in our power to take action
together to address malnutrition
now and to prevent it in the future.
… we take decisive action in the year 2015.
As representatives of governments from across the globe, I urge you to push your capitals for bold
and decisive action. Likewise…
…hugely proud that our partnership with Lifebuoy is helping
young people in India to take action and promote handwashing
with soap – both at home and in their wider communities.
…and in the community are integrated into employee
training programmes, and ways to take action are highlighted.
In Valinhos, Brazil, the Unilever factory has already markedly …
…for action, or lack of understanding of the
seriousness of the issue.
It’s simply that CEOs prefer to work on specific tangible
projects with real accountability, action and results…
…Government has been forced to
take action to keep prices steady. In the United Kingdom, the
Government sounded its first warnings of possible action to come.
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