Unilever joins Pharrell Williams' Live Earth extravaganza

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Consumer goods giant signs up as official partner for Global Citizen and Live Earth campaigns

Unilever is to move promotion of its sustainability credentials up a gear, after inking new partnerships with the high-profile Live Earth event and campaign group Global Citizen. The global consumer...

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