Unilever's Climate Change Impact: C
Unilever currently does not power their corporate building using 100% green renewable energy. This means the electricity used contains a mix of electricity generated by non-renewable means. This may include fossil fuels, such as coal. Today there are many different electricity providers offering green generated renewable electricity.
If Unilever was to become a carbon-negative company will not only cover its outgoing carbon dioxide production, but remove more than its total output.
Unilever has not committed to using 100% green renewable energy.
Unilever has pledged to be a carbon neutral company by 2039. Publically stating you are a carbon neutral company, which is a great step towards a positive climate action approach, is what every company should strive for way beyond the Paris Agreement's 2050 deadline.
With some pledges already in force, Unilever still has a few challenges to face to improve their overall climate action pledges.
Yes, Unilever is an official Principal Partner of COP26 held in Glasgow, Scotland on 31st October – 12th November 2021. Unilever is one of eleven companies that have been chosen for their key role in climate action, helping to reach net zero emission targets.
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