When we set our Unilever Sustainable Living Plan targets ten years ago, we knew we would have to work immensely hard on multiple fronts to meet them. And that’s what we have done. What we didn’t realise was how hard it would be to measure our progress.
For more than a century, we’ve been a business driven by purpose. And ten years ago, with our Unilever Sustainable Living Plan (USLP), we set out on a journey to become the world’s most sustainable business.
A decade ago, the soap brand set out to make handwashing with soap a habit for more than 1 billion people by 2020. Here’s how it reached that goal, and why it’s still committed to making an even bigger impact in the years to come.
Tracing the origin of every single category of raw material that we buy is a huge challenge. Experience has taught us that our influence for change is greatest where we have the clearest line of sight throughout the chain – so that’s where we are focusing.
Ten years ago we set out on a journey to become the world’s most sustainable business. As we celebrate a decade of our Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, we're reflecting on what we've learnt and what comes next.
Our Global Nutrition Director hopes we will appreciate the value of where and how food is produced, and relish the joy of cooking and eating together. Here she shares her personal views on how the pandemic could change our perspective long-term.
As part of global efforts to use our expertise and resources to help tackle coronavirus, we have adapted one of our deodorant manufacturing lines in the UK to produce much-needed supplies of hand sanitiser for the NHS.