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REPORT OF THE CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTEE
UNILEVER SUSTAINABLE LIVING PLAN (USLP)
Unilever’s Purpose is to make sustainable living commonplace and
Chairman of the Corporate Responsibility Committee
Further details on the USLP can be found in Unilever’s online Sustainable
Living Report 2014 to be published…
…also members of a range of
corporate responsibility organisations
at national and regional levels, such as
Business for Social Responsibility in the
United States, Instituto Ethos…
approach to corporate social responsibility
www.unilever.com/environmentsociety for details of
our environmental management and sustainability
initiatives in fisheries, water…
…Principles and our business, social
and environmental responsibilities.
In 2004 we continued to support
progress on a range of consumer,
social and environmental issues, such…
• In Sustainability for more than a decade
Adding Vitality to Life:
Health, Nutrition and Sustainability
SVP Global Corporate Responsibility/
…knowledge outside the farming communities.
Sustainable agriculture works to improve both
social and human capital. The prime responsibility
for their livelihoods should remain…
…from the insights of
the Unilever Sustainable Development
Panel, fve external specialists in corporate
responsibility and sustainability who meet
twice a year with those…
… should equally factor in the true human and social costs of global supply
chains.11 As studies have evidenced, “social sustainability appears to present different and more severe…
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