10 years of Sustainable Living: Unilever calls on government and corporates to end 'business as usual'

Cecilia Keating
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As consumer goods giant marks anniversary of industry-leading sustainability plan, chief executive Alan Jope promises beefed up new strategy and urges companies, governments, and NGOs to reject a return to 'business-as-usual' in the wake of Covid-19 crisis

Unilever's chief executive Alan Jope has called on governments and businesses to "double down" on environmental commitments in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in order to establish a more climate-friendly...

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