What part should business play in championing human rights? What fresh challenges does the digital economy bring? Marcela Manubens, Unilever’s VP for Integrated Social Sustainability, highlights four areas where innovation is key.
When the team at our Pouso Alegre site in Brazil realised that they could speedily turn its organic waste into compost, the idea of a factory garden followed. Its fresh produce is served in the staff café and at a local nursery and residential home
Healthy soil is essential to grow healthy crops. However, the soil we rely on for our food is eroding at an alarming rate. This is why we’re helping to protect and regenerate soils for the next generation of farmers as well as for the future of our business. Healthy soils can also mitigate climate change.
By 2020 Unilever aims to cut its logistics carbon emissions by 40%. And the goal is to be carbon neutral before 2030. Netherlands Logistics Manager Mark Rickhoff explains how smarter planning, alternative fuels and partnerships with tech start-ups are helping make this happen
Emmanuel Emodek knows first hand how hard it can be to keep a small business afloat. A few years ago he lost everything trying to do so. But now his bright idea is helping thousands to manage their small firms and thrive.
We want to know the good, the bad and the downright irritating so that we can make your experience with our products the best it can be. Our new way of listening to consumers uses data to help us put things right, fast.
Three people have reduced health problems, cut school absenteeism and improved the safety of women in their communities with one powerful resource – a toilet. Find out how Domestos has helped them and over 16 million others gain access to good sanitation.