On any given day, 2.5 billion people use Unilever products to feel good, look good and get more out of life – providing a unique opportunity to build a brighter future. Unilever’s sustainable business plan aims to grow its business while recognising that growth at the expense of people or the environment is both unacceptable and commercially unsustainable. Sustainable growth is the only acceptable model for Unilever’s business. Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan (USLP) is central to its business model. It sets out how the company is growing its business, while reducing its environmental footprint and increasing positive social impact.
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The World Circular Economy Forum 2019 in Helsinki, Finland on 3-5 June 2019 built the next era of the circular economy.
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A stronger relationship with nature, everyday choices, more co-operation – over a hundred dialogues on nature seek solutions to halt biodiversity loss
Circular solutions can halt biodiversity loss – The food and agriculture sector can make the largest contribution
Study: Protecting biodiversity is in the interest of business – presents billion-euro opportunities globally and reduces risks
Great Nature Dialogue Day enthusiastically received – 95% of organisers want such dialogues to continue
Finns want to discuss the importance of nature even in times of crisis: the Great Nature Dialogue Day will feature nearly 130 discussions across the country
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