London, 21 January, 2021- Unilever today announced a wide-ranging set of commitments and actions to help build a more equitable and inclusive society by raising living standards across its value chain, creating opportunities through inclusivity, and preparing people for the future of work.
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Players can explore the new Island’s festive attractions and for each spoiled turnip dropped off, Hellmann’s will make a financial donation to distribute the equivalent of two real and nutritious meals for people in partnership with FareShare In support of Hellmann’s mission to save good food from going to waste, Stephen Fry has chosen his recipe for using up Christmas leftovers
Unilever sets out new actions to fight climate change, and protect and regenerate nature, to preserve resources for future generations
London/Rotterdam - Today, Unilever set out a new range of measures and commitments designed to improve the health of the planet by taking even more decisive action to fight climate change, and protect and regenerate nature, to preserve resources for future generations. Unilever will achieve Net Zero emissions from all our products by 2039. We will also empower, and work with, a new generation of farmers and smallholders, driving programmes to protect and restore forests, soil and biodiversity; and we will work with governments and other organisations to improve access to water for communities in water-stressed areas.
CEO Alan Jope reinforces commitment to sustainability and calls for renewed action to tackling social inequality and the climate crisis
Unilever UK & Ireland is working with the NHS and a range of partners to support the hospitals and communities local to their sites.
London/Rotterdam: Unilever, owner of brands including Dove, Ben & Jerry’s, Lipton and Omo has announced ambitious new commitments to reduce its plastic waste and help create a circular economy for plastics
London/Rotterdam - Unilever announced today that its factories, offices, R&D facilities, data centres, warehouses and distribution centres across five continents are now powered by 100% renewable grid electricity.
2,500 tonnes of black plastic to potentially be removed from waste stream Solution to be shared with other manufacturers and across industry Comes as part of Unilever UK and Irelands’ new ‘Get Plastic Wise’ campaign