As a Principal Partner of COP26, Unilever went to the Glasgow climate talks to advocate for greater ambition and decisive action. After two weeks of negotiations, the outcome delivers more than many expected but less than the world needs. Here, our Global Climate & Environment Director Thomas Lingard reflects.
Adding plant-based foods to our diet is not just good for our health, it’s good for the planet. But finding time, recipes or inspiration is not always easy. On World Food Day, here are three fuss-free ways Knorr is helping people eat for good every day.
Just under a year ago, we sent out an appeal to young people around the world asking for their help in getting the Global Goals done. Over 3,000 raised their hands, 374 took part in our hackathons across six countries, and now four teams have been selected as joint winners. This is their story.
How can you spot future-fit farming? Look for the bees. Over the last ten years, we’ve been working with farmers and smallholders, finding ways both to protect biodiversity and to secure our supply chains. Here’s why.
The next decade is make or break for our climate. If we can keep the global temperature rise to 1.5°C we can avert a catastrophe. But as a world community we are not on track. That’s why we’re calling for a huge step- up in ambition and action from governments and business.
We’re running a pilot in the Netherlands to test battery-powered refrigeration in trucks. If successful, it could provide a new solution for lowering the environmental impact of our refrigerated products, including ice cream brands such as Magnum, Wall’s and Cornetto.
We’re using the power of innovation, technology and brands such as Hellmann’s to reduce waste from farm to fork. But behind every great initiative are purposeful people who use their skills, ideas and passion to drive this change. Here are the stories of six of them.
Hunger. Poverty. Climate change. Inequality. How do you even begin to try to solve problems like these? A new global campaign suggests the best way to start might lie in writing the trusty ‘to do’ list