Unilever this month 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, which builds on existing Science Based Targets to have no carbon emissions from our own operations, and to halve the GHG footprint of our products across the value chain, by 2030.
- Unilever will also empower, and work with, a new generation of farmers and smallholders, driving programmes to protect and restore forests, soil and biodiversity; and will work with governments and other organisations to improve access to water for communities in water-stressed areas.
- To accelerate action, Unilever’s brands will collectively invest €1 billion in a new dedicated Climate & Nature Fund. This will be used over the next ten years to take meaningful and decisive action, with projects likely to include landscape restoration, reforestation, carbon sequestration, wildlife protection and water preservation.