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December 2014: Unilever is helping to tackle food waste and hunger across Europe through a three-year partnership with the European Federation of Food Banks (FEBA)
November 2014: Unilever has been recognised as a joint sector leader for corporate action on tackling deforestation in CDP’s latest Global Forests Report, published on 11 November
October 2014: Unilever has been recognised as a world leader for corporate action on climate change in the global CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index (CPLI) 2014, published on 15 October
September 2014 – We are at the point where the cost of inaction is greater than the cost of actively combating climate change, says Unilever’s CEO Paul Polman, following the publication of ‘The New Climate Economy Report’ on 16 September
September 2014 - Unilever has been named leader of the Food, Beverage and Tobacco industry group in the 2014 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) review - one of only 24 companies to be named as industry group leaders
August 2014: Unilever joined international nutrition experts at the African Nutrition Epidemiology Conference to discuss the challenges of improving African diets and encouraging behaviour change around health and well-being
April 2014: Unilever is making good progress against its Unilever Sustainable Living Plan targets
April 2014: It is within our power to eradicate poverty, eliminate disease and create a fairer world. But all that depends on our ability to respond to climate change, CEO Paul Polman said in his address at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change
75% of our factories no longer send non-hazardous waste to landfill sites, a significant step forward from 20% just three years ago
Lifebuoy is the first-ever soap to receive the Royal Society for Public Health’s (RSPH) new accreditation status for campaigns
February 2014: Unilever has joined with a group of more than 40 partners to launch Global Forest Watch, a dynamic online monitoring and alert system to help protect forests worldwide
March 2014 - As one of the world's largest food manufacturers, Unilever is playing its part in helping to tackle some of the biggest public health challenges
Helping end deforestation
Improving security of food supplies
Promoting health through access to safe drinking water, proper sanitation and good hygiene habits